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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
110 E. Ferry is a former Victorian mansion than will be renovated into a hotel space. This historic renovation will consist of four 2-story extended stay suites.
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. Construction is estimated to be complete in late 2015.
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.
The former Tomboy Supermarket will become home to the Oregon based leather goods store: Will Leather Goods.This high end retail fashion outlet will feature approximately 9,000 square feet of retail space with an espresso bar located inside.
The vacant warehouse will undergo a $550,000 rehab that will result in studio and gallery space for local artists, and two new storefronts. Developer: local sculptor Adnan Charara.
55 W. Canfield
The conversion of this 3-story industrial building has 30 for-sale lofts priced on average at $180,000. Construction was completed in summer 2008. Lofts have been converted to for-lease and are currently fully occupied.
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.
609 E. Kirby
609 E. Kirby is located in the Art Center neighborhood. This $6,900,000 residential development will convert the former Kirby Center Hebrew Day School into 26 loft apartments. Construction is estimated to be completed by summer of 2015.
Once a hotel, 71 Garfield is a green, mixed-use, renovated complex of 22 living/work spaces and eight art studio/retail spaces geared towards artists. The building is on track for Energy Star rating and to accomplish energy reduction below 50% of current ASHRAE standards. Solar power will offset 20 percent of the buildings energy load and a geothermal system will provide heating and cooling. The units will rent for approximately $1.00 to $1.15 per square foot.
92 E. Forest
This former church will be renovated into an art space. The $5,000,000 transformation will be utilized as an art gallery/music venue, and will feature a bar inside as well as outdoor patio space.