St. Paul Inches Closer To Constructing Massive Mixed-Use Project On Site Of Old Ford Plant
St. Paul has moved one step closer to realizing the largest development opportunity in its history. The city plans to sponsor the conversion of an abandoned Ford plant into a sprawling mixed-use project featuring 3,800 housing units (20% of which will be reserved for affordable housing), 50 acres of greenspace, an unspecified amount of shopping and dining space, and 256,000 square-feet of office space. The project, which has currently unknown estimates for completion date or cost, will also utilize wind and solar power to minimize its carbon footprint.
A Mixed-Use Development Is Being Built On Top Of A Historic Building
Urban Catalyst, a budding real estate development firm, has purchased a historic 19th-century building in downtown San Jose, CA. The firm intends on integrating the entrance of the current structure into its new, 6-story office development. Once completed, the development would consist of 50,000 square-feet of office space, as well as 11,000 square-feet of ground-floor retail. The plans also call for the construction of a rooftop bar with an unspecified amount of square-footage. The firm intends to start construction in 202A1.
A $1.1 Million Office Building Being Built In Sioux Falls, SD
A new, 2-story office building is going to be constructed in eastern Sioux Falls, SD, adding to the growing level of commercial development happening in the city. The $1.1 million structure will include 9,600 square-feet of office space, as well as parking for 30 cars. The project’s timeline is currently unknown.
Construction On The New $3.6 Billion Salt Lake City International Airport Is Making Progress
Steady progress is being made on the new Salt Lake City International Airport. When all 4 phases of construction are completed in 2024, features of the $3.6 billion airport will include 78 gates with jetways, a new park-and-wait lot with a restaurant and gas station, an indoor pet relief area, 16 security lines, a parking garage with 3,600 stalls, and much more.
Plans For $84.5 Million Mixed-Use Development In Milwaukee Await Approval
Plans have been submitted to convert the site of an old department store in Milwaukee, WI into apartments, offices, and other uses. The $84.5 million redevelopment would see the construction of 131,000 square-feet of office and research space, 40,000 square-feet of community space, a 315-space parking structure, and over 120 apartments. If approved, the project will aim to be completed by spring 2021.