Posts Tagged: development

The Banks

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A $35M mixed-use development featuring 200 luxury apartments and 5,000 square feet of retail space in the heart of the City’s NewPorte Landing redevelopment project. The development will occur along the shores of Clear Lake and will provide many unique amenities such as a resort-style pool with wet deck, outdoor courtyard featuring a fire pit… Read more »

The Ascent at Top of the Hill

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  The Ascent at Top of the Hill, an $80M mixed-use development, is the biggest mixed-use residential project in Cleveland Heights and will feature some of the best amenities offered in the greater Cleveland metropolitan area. The project consists of 261 luxury market rate apartment homes and 11,000 square feet of commercial retail space and… Read more »

Diane’s House

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A partnership with Diane’s House Ministries, Diane’s House creates 42 affordable apartments in Washington, D.C. The project, which broke ground in 2019 and opened in 2020, is 30,563 SF. Households must earn either less than 50% or 60% of the area median income (depending on the set-aside option chosen by the property owner) to qualify… Read more »

Evansville RAD

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A partnership with the Evansville Housing Authority, the EHA RAD is a 559-unit public housing development that included five properties (Buckner Tower, Caldwell Homes, Kennedy Tower and Schnute) totaling the 559 units – four midrise buildings and one garden community – and entailed relocating 450 residents during the construction process. Geothermal heating and cooling was… Read more »

Valparaiso TOD Development

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Flaherty & Collins Properties was selected by the City of Valparaiso in May 2018 to negotiate and develop a proposed $120 million mixed-use, transit-oriented project that will include over 500 apartments and 12,000 square feet of retail and restaurant space at the site of the former Anco factory. Journeyman Distillery, based out of Three Oaks,… Read more »

Historic Sullivan Lofts

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Historic Sullivan Lofts, an adaptive re-use and conversion of two historic structures with new construction, will provide 40 units of senior housing to the rural community of Sullivan, Indiana. Coinciding with Sullivan Mayor Clint Lamb’s neighborhood revitalization initiatives, the project will consist of 13 individual addresses covering 4.2 acres. One parcel will be set aside… Read more »

The Mill at Ironworks Plaza

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The Mill at Ironworks Plaza consists of 232 luxury market rate apartment homes and 13,213 square feet of retail. Comprised of studios, one and two-bedroom apartment homes, the development boasts the finest amenities in the Mishawaka market. Residents enjoy nearly over 11,000 square feet of amenities. A second-floor amenity deck overlooking the St. Joseph River… Read more »

The Residences at St. Elizabeths East

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The rehabilitation for the CT Campus was borne out of a vision created and captured by the neighborhood, the District, the Anacostia Economic Development Corporation, Flaherty & Collins Properties, and RedBrick, LLC. The Anacostia Economic Development Corporation (AEDC) and Flaherty & Collins Properties (F&C) formed a working partnership in 2014 in order to help the… Read more »

The Yards

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The Yards is a $41M mixed-use project and features 232 luxury apartments, 5,500+ square feet of retail and a 325-space parking garage. Comprised of studios, 1 and 2-bedroom apartment homes, The Yards is the first large-scale residential project in the District that shaped Kansas City, The Stockyards in West Bottoms. With approximately 8,000 square feet… Read more »

Historic Whitlock Place

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    Historic Whitlock Place, named the 2017 Outstanding Historic Preservation Tax Credit Investment by the Indiana Department of Natural Resources Division of Historic Preservation & Archaeology, is an adaptive reuse development of 56 apartment homes in the historic Culver Union Hospital in downtown Crawfordsville. Historic Whitlock Place consists of studio, one and two bedroom apartments…. Read more »