The former Hahne and Co flagship department store building was restored and redeveloped into a vibrant mixed-use, mixed-income development in the heart of downtown Newark, New Jersey. The timing of this restoration coordinated well with the rise of Prudential Insurance’s new 20-story office building and the City’s restoration of Military Park, both located across the […]
Union Crossing is a transformative multi-phase project, initiated in 2007 by the sponsor to redevelop a complex of 19th-century textile mills along the Merrimack River into a thriving mixed-use neighborhood. Throughout the nation, developers are embracing greener building methods to promote improved health, lower operating costs and greater resident retention. With BlueHub Capital’s help, affordable […]
Court Square Center involved the renovation of two historically-significant buildings and the construction of the green, LEED gold certified “Court Annex 2” building to create an urban center that offers 74 live/work units, 40,500 sq. ft. of commercial space and 44 on-site parking spaces. The project has served to reduce blight, spur local investment and […]
This project brings a healthy foods grocery to the Central Business Distract and Over-the-Rhine (OTR) neighborhoods of Cincinnati. With the only grocery store in OTR closing, this will keep a grocery in the area to provide residents with affordable healthy foods and daily necessities without the need for automobile transportation. The location is within walking […]
National Dance Institute Center for Learning and the Arts* – PS90 at 220 West 148th St. in Central Harlem: MBS Urban Initiatives CDE partnered with Goldman Sachs to help NDI finance the acquisition and development of the community space within PS 90—a Harlem public school building abandoned for 30 years.PS 90 was converted into a […]
Cermak is a Chicago-based supermarket chain that specializes in providing unique grocery stores in urban neighborhoods that offer to a variety of ethnic and localized foods. This new construction project was combined with the construction of new apartments as well. The project consisted of the initial phase of the redevelopment of a vacant 7.2 acre […]
The project consisted of the initial phase of the redevelopment of a vacant 7.2 acre Brownfield Site at Greenfield Avenue and S. 1st Street in Milwaukee, WI. The initial $28.4MM project consists of the environmental remediation of the site and vertical construction of two buildings. The first building is an $11.2 million, 42,000sf Cermak Fresh […]
Robert Wood Johnson Fitness and Wellness Center + 49,000 sq. ft. supermarket, 62,000 sq. ft. fitness center, and 474,000 sq. ft. parking garage – Fresh food supermarket, wellness center, and parking garage -The New Brunswick Development Corporation and Pennrose Properties transformed an underutilized downtown New Brunswick site into a major transit-oriented, mixed-use facility focused on […]
The Mill Redevelopment, located in rural Starkville, Mississippi (population 23,888), is the adaptive reuse of a historic, 111-year old shuttered cotton mill and new construction on a site that has been virtually inactive since 1962. The mixed-use redevelopment has strong support from Mississippi State University and will include a conference center and offices, and the […]
Artspace Commons North is a green, mixed-use artist community in downtown Salt Lake City, Utah. The development offers 102 affordable rent-to-own apartments and 53,000 square feet of commercial space for offices, art galleries, studios and retail, on the site of a former scrap metal recycling facility. The development involved construction of a three-level commercial building […]
New construction of mixed-use building offering flex office, R&D and high-bay light-industrial maker space. Phase 1 included 95,000 sq. ft. of flex-office space with Carnegie Mellon University as an anchor tenant.
New 78,000 square foot mixed-use development that transforms a vacant lot, located at the intersection of 3 impoverished neighborhoods, into a mixed-use, multicultural, community hub. It features a 24,000 square foot public market with 10 food stalls and grocery store on the first floor, 9,600 square feet of not-for-profit office space on the second floor, […]
Construction of a 375,000 SF e-commerce grocery fulfillment center in Forest Park, Georgia. It is located on the former military base of Fort Gillem, which now houses the Gillem Logistics Center. The Center is an 1,168-acre master planned park dedicated to housing state-of-the-art industrial and mixed-use facilities for distribution and e-commerce logistics. Representing nearly one-third […]
Funding for the Oakland Civic Project was used to help transform the Oakland Auditorium and Calvin Simmons Theatre into a mixed-use facility that will provide arts organizations and non-profits with much needed, affordable, performance, rehearsal and office space all under one roof. The 8,000-seat main arena will be converted to creative office space for a […]
Community Arts Stabilization Trust (CAST) is a nonprofit real estate development and holding company strictly for the arts. CAST creates long-term/permanent solutions to acquire, develop, and manage affordable, safe spaces for arts and culture organizations in San Francisco and Oakland. In 2019, CAST became the owners of the historical 10,200 square foot Dempster Building, located […]
This project is for a mixed-use building featuring an indoor farmer’s market, mixed-income housing, and retail spaces targeted to independent local businesses. There will be a total of 36 rental units, with 13 desingated “affordable”.
Delmar Boulevard is an east-west street within the City of St. Louis, MO and known as the Delmar Divide. It is a socioeconomic and racial dividing line. The neighborhood directly north of the Delmar Divide is 98% Black. The neighborhood directly south of the Divide is 73% white. Located along Delmar Blvd., the former St. […]
Westervelt Mill opened in 1912 as the first fine goods textile mill in the South. The name only lasted one year before it was changed to Judson Mill, after the mill president’s mentor, D. Charles Judson. Deering Milliken Co. (now Milliken & Company) bought the mill in 1960 and actively operated and expanded the mill […]
Redevelopment of five historic buildings located on the near east side of Columbus, Ohio, into an approximately 61,445 sq. ft., mixed-use, multi-tenant development to be known as “Trolley District” that will include among other things, a healthy foods retail market.