Nov 04, 2020
By Thomas Friestad – Staff Writer, Kansas City Business Journal
Flaherty & Collins Properties scored a new approval from the Unified Government of Wyandotte County/Kansas City, Kan., bringing it further down the path toward ... Read more
Oct 23, 2020
By Tom Demeropolis – Senior Staff Reporter, Cincinnati Business Courier
Flaherty & Collins Properties is moving forward on a long-planned $32 million apartment development along the banks of the Ohio River.
Indianapolis-bas ... Read more
LAWRENCEBURG, IN – Flaherty & Collins Properties and the City of Lawrenceburg will break ground on Whiskey River, a $32 million development that will bring 150 high-end apartments to the banks of the Ohio River.
A groundbreaking ceremony ... Read more
Oct 22, 2020
The Amber Woods Apartments & Townhomes on Indianapolis’ far east side has known its share of heartache and violence.
In 2002 a tornado gutted the complex.
In 2015 a police action shooting claimed the life of a man firing on police.
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Oct 15, 2020
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Despite the pandemic’s difficulties, a once-forgotten part of Kansas City is doing relatively well.
The West Bottoms and the nearby Stockyards district have welcomed dozens of new residents to a new development in the ar ... Read more
Sep 24, 2020
By Marcia Charney
Ryan Cronk, Vice President of Development with Indianapolis-based Flaherty & Collins Properties, joined moderator Frank Sciara, CCIM president of the Kansas City CCIM chapter and vice president of Grandbridge Re ... Read more
Sep 23, 2020
LA PORTE, IN –Flaherty & Collins Properties and the City of La Porte will break ground on The Banks, a $35 million mixed-use development that will bring a high-end apartment complex and retail space to NewPorte Landing.
A groun ... Read more
Sep 17, 2020
COLUMBUS – Flaherty & Collins Properties has closed and broke ground on ONE at The Peninsula, part of a $500 million redevelopment of 27 acres of land near COSI on the Scioto riverfront that has been named “The Peninsula” and will add m ... Read more