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
Sep 16, 2020
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Flaherty & Collins Properties, alongside Mayor Muriel Bowser, the Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development (DMPED), and Anacostia Economic Development Corporation (AEDC) announced today that they a ... Read more
Sep 15, 2020
By Tristan Navera – Staff reporter, Columbus Business First
The first phase of a decade-long transformation of the Scioto Peninsula has begun.
Monday's groundbreaking marks the official beginning of work on the $500 million red ... Read more
Sep 02, 2020
by Stan Maddux | The Times
LAPORTE — Resort-type housing is starting to go up where an empty manufacturing building once stood on the edge of downtown.
Groundwork began last week for the footings and foundations that will s ... Read more
Aug 14, 2020
by Thomas Friestad | Staff Writer, Kansas City Business Journal
The Unified Government of Wyandotte County/Kansas City, Kan., is reviewing two measures that could get the ball rolling on the next chapter of multifamily efforts in the W ... Read more
Aug 11, 2020
Flaherty & Collins Properties ranks #27 in list released jointly by Multifamily Housing News (MHN) and Commercial Property Executive (CPE) of Top Management Firms nationally of 2020.
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Jul 13, 2020
Thomas Friestand | Kansas City Business Journal
Flaherty & Collins Properties is doubling down on development along the Kansas River, this time on the opposite side of the border. The Indianapolis-based developer is in the planning stages ... Read more
Jun 24, 2020
From Left to Right: F&C CEO David Flaherty, Tanisha Briley, City Manager, Deron Kintner, F&C General Counsel, Michael Collins, President F&C, Mayor Jason Stein
CLEVELAND HEIGHTS - Flaherty & Collins Properties and the City of C ... Read more