|Looking NE at Broadway & Wilson (Pappageorge Haymes)|
After revisions with the city's Department of Planning, the development that most of Uptown has been patiently waiting for is finally moving forward.
You might recall that The John Buck Company along with Free Market Ventures are now partnering to develop the 9 story project at 4601 N. Broadway. Final details of the project have been worked out and demolition approval has been granted by the Landmarks Commission for the property stretching from 4601 N. Broadway through 4617 N. Broadway.
The John Buck Company shared the following details of the project with Uptown Update:
"The general contractor will be McHugh Construction and the architect is Pappageorge Haymes. There will be a total of 200 units with a mix of studios, one, two and three bedroom units. The ground level will feature 9,000 square feet of retail with the hopes of attracting a retailer such as a restaurant or a coffeeshop.Residents of the building will enjoy mobile-device controlled entry points and touchless elevator system, as well as individual reservable office spaces on each residential floor. The building will also feature a dog wash center. The top floor amenity space will include a robust co-working center, fitness center, game room and resident lounge adjacent to expansive outdoor lounge with grills and fireplaces."
It's been a long time coming, and we look forward to seeing demolition crews on site soon!