Substantial rehabilitation of a historic gold leafing factory located in a Promise Zone into a commercial space and hub for a regional hydroponic operator, light manufacturing, and small business incubator with focus on food businesses.
UEL provides wet labs, office space, and innovation/collaboration spaces, and expanding their current facility.
This mixed-use development fills the last vacant downtown lot following a 2009 gas explosion and will lease space to two restaurants with numerous accessible jobs. The developer offered leases at 50% below market rates to nonprofits that provide services to low-income people.
This is the substantial rehabilitation and adaptive reuse of eight historic buildings located in a three block area of the Over-the-Rhine neighborhood. Once complete, the Project provides 91,000 square feet of office, retail, restaurant, incubator, and affordable housing space.
The Tomorrow Building is a four-story, 40,000 square foot building in downtown Chattanooga, Tennessee that was originally built as a hotel in 1888. After a $9.5 million transformation, it houses 39 furnished micro-unit apartments, shared social and work spaces, and four locally owned retailers. The building’s developer is part of an incubator for early-stage companies, […]
the renovation of the historic Plush Mill in Greenville, S.C. The revitalized 24,500 square-foot building is home to Serendipity Labs, a co-working and shared office space.
The renovation of an existing five-story 135,800 sq. ft. industrial building located in the Homewood neighborhood of Pittsburgh for the purpose accommodating creative start-up and nascent entrepreneurial business activity. The project was financed in part with new markets tax credits. Bridgeway Capital transforms 7800 Susquehanna Street (7800) into a beacon of economic opportunity for Homewood. […]
The project involves the construction of a new 67,000 square foot micro business food incubation center. The project is a single story structure that includes private work spaces and food production quarters, collaborative workspaces, common dry/cold storage areas, shipping and common kitchens for local start-ups and developing food companies alike.
The project involves funding working capital and tenant improvements for Jonco industries related to its expansion into the former Eaton building located in a highly distressed community in the 30th street corridor of Milwaukee’s Northwest side. This area has recently seen the loss of roughly 300 jobs when a primary employer (Eaton) left its location […]
The Plaza Verde project involved the rehabilitation and renovation of the former Antiques Minnesota building in the Midtown Phillips neighborhood of south Minneapolis to create high-quality retail, office/incubator, and non-profit arts space.