$400 Million Mixed-Use Development Set For Stockbridge, GA
A $400 million mixed-use development, titled Bridges at Jodeco, is set to be built in Stockbridge, GA. The project calls for 300 high-end apartments, 90 single-family attached townhomes, and 176 single-family detached homes. More than 65 of the 158-acre development is set aside for retail, dining, and entertainment space. Developers also hope to incorporate a hotel, a fitness facility, a theater, self-care studios, and other services. Phase 1 of construction of the residential buildings will be complete by fall 2020.
New Buildings At The University of Nevada, Reno Moving Quickly
The University of Nevada, Reno is making rapid progress on its plans to expand southward, with construction on the first of 5 planned buildings set to start in 2020. These planned structures include a new College of Business building, a new Life Sciences building, and a new parking garage. The project’s estimated costs and completion date are currently unknown.
Wichita City Council Approves $35.5 Million In Funding For New Medical School
The Wichita City Council has approved a public financing package worth $35.5 million to subsidize the creation of a medical school. The school, to be named the Kansas Health Sciences Center, will focus on training osteopathic physicians. The plan also calls for the transformation of 3 other buildings – one into student housing, one into a dining hall, and one into a boutique hotel.
City Council of Kansas City, MO Endorses Construction Of $133 Million Office Tower
The City Council of Kansas City, MO has endorsed a revised plan calling for the construction of a $133 million downtown office tower. The 25-story tower, named Strata, will sit atop existing retail space and consist of 250,000 square-feet of office and retail space. The plan also calls for the construction of a 750-space parking garage.
Denver Art Museum Adds New Galleries, A Restaurant, A Cafe, and More Space
The Denver Art Museum will open its doors on June 6, 2020 with a new welcome center and a renovated building. The project, which has been 22 months in the making, increased the Martin Building’s usable space by 50,000 square-feet. Meanwhile, the all-new Anna and John J. Sie Welcome Center will contain 3 floors of galleries, a restaurant, and a cafe. Exact costs for this project are unknown.