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Midtown is experiencing a tremendous amount of residential, institutional and commercial development with over $2 billion invested in area projects since 2000 and more than 3,800 new housing units.
110 E. Ferry
Originally purchased by MDI to serve as an addition to the award winning Inn on Ferry Street, this historic home will instead be converted to 4 condo units. Construction is estimated to take place in the fall of 2016.
207 E. Baltimore
207 E. Baltimore is located in the Milwaukee Junction neighborhood. This $1,800,000 mixed-use development will consist of 12 live/work loft units (six 1-bed & six 2-bed). These units will be available summer of 2016, as construction is finishing up.
284 Eliot is located in the Brush Park neighborhood. This 9,200 square foot residential development will consist of three 2-story town-homes, and one penthouse unit. The building has been designed to look like a single family residence, instead of the typical row-house town-home.
This storefront will be fully restored and has a potential tenant lined up to occupy the space – Rocco’s Italian Deli.
Adding to all of the development that is taking place on Third Avenue, 4100 Third is currently being rehabbed. The building will get many needed upgrades, including a brand new roof. This building will be reactivated and provide 3000 square feet of much needed commercial space.
445 W. Willis
Construction is finishing up on the Williamson House and tenants will be able to move in fall of 2016. For now, this redevelopment will feature 6 residential units; however, with some recent zoning changes, a first level retail space may be possible.
51 West Palmer
This apartment building which seems to me a magnet for criminal behavior has been purchased and will be redeveloped. Early plans call for the 21 units to be reconfigured to provide 29-30 residential spaces.
5734 Woodward is located in the Art Center neighborhood. This mixed-use development will consist of 2 residential units, and 2,400 square feet of commercial space.
This project will restore a historic façade and add 6 for-sale condo units.
678 Selden is located in the North Cass district and will add to the recent developments of the area. This $3.7 million project transformed 22,796 square feet of vacant derelict space into a mixed-use building that includes 28 apartments and two commercial spaces. The upgraded building will feature new plumbing, heating, and electrical systems; updated bathrooms and kitchens; a new laundry facility in the basement; a new elevator and video intercom security system; and secured parking, located across the street.