Posts Tagged ‘Approved Projects’

Bennett Lumber Site changes hands

Bennett Lumber Site changes hands

National apartment-building owner/developer, Greystar, purchased the Bennett Lumber Site.

Track 29 project appealed

Track 29 project appealed

After the Planning Commission approved the Track 29 project, located on the north side of the Midtown Greenway between Bryant Avenue and Aldrich Avenue, William Casey, on behalf of the Midtown Lofts Condominium Association, appealed the decision. The matter will go before the City Council Zoning & Planning Committee on March 3, 2011.

Track 29 Apartments approved

Track 29 Apartments approved

RMF Group received approval from the Planning Commission to construct two buildings totaling 198 apartment units on the Track 29 site on the north side of the Midtown Greenway between the Bryant Avenue and Aldrich Avenue. The two connected buildings would be constructed within two months of each other and would be approximately four stories with sections being five stories.

Uptown Week in Review

Uptown Week in Review

This Week in Review includes parking restrictions (including at Juut!), approval of CB2 plans, and a new website on Lyndale Avenue.

Lyndale Green to break ground

A new housing and commercial project will be built at 28th Street and Lyndale Avenue as a part of a long awaited rehabilitation project that Salem English Lutheran Church and Lyndale United Church of Christ have slated for the neighboring 1904 church.

Approved: Lake & Knox Apartments

Approved: Lake & Knox Apartments

A 57-unit apartment building with a small amount of office and retail will be constructed on the northeast corner of Lake Street and Knox Avenue next to Lake Calhoun. The developer stated that construction could start in 2010.

Approved: 3005 Emerson Building

Approved: 3005 Emerson Building

A new, two-floor commercial building was approved for a small parking lot just south of Lake Street on Emerson Avenue.