Rendering of 14th and Mercer, courtesy of The Model Group (CLICK)
As promised last weekend during the Q Blogger Tour, Robert Maly of The Model Group has supplied Building Cincinnati with renderings and elevations of his newest project, Trinity Flats.
The $8.9 million Trinity Flats, which is part of the Gateway Quarter's third phase, will consist of 38 residential units and 7,500 square feet of commercial space at 1326-1342 and 1331-1335 Vine Street and 1332 Republic Street.
The development will be a blend of rehablitation and new construction.
The project kicked off with a City ceremony on February 8 celebrating the demolition of the crime-plagued carryout at 1335 Vine Street, the future site of a new 11-unit building with garage parking.
Gateway Quarter Phase III will bring 107 new residential units and more than 15,000 square feet of commercial space to Vine, Main, Pleasant and Republic streets.
In addition to Trinity Flats (see Urban Sites Properties is investing $11 million to add 43 condo units and over 6,000 square feet of commercial space at 1202, 1306, and 1417-1421 Main Street and at 1232 and 1237 Vine Street.
* Over-the-Rhine Community Housing is spending $6.8 million to build the City Home project along the 1400 block of Pleasant Street, which will include 22 residential units and 1,600 square feet of commercial space.
* B2B Equities/NorthPointe Group is spending $2.7 million to develop 8 condo units at 1222-1224 Republic Street.
Over the past two-and-a-half years, 3CDC and the have invested more than $70 million in Over-the-Rhine, with about $58 million coming from private sources.
Building elevations, courtesy of The Model Group (CLICK)
Previous reading on BC:
More on 1232 Vine Street (12/13/07)
Gateway II cost breakdown (12/3/07)
Next 3CDC project includes 38 properties (11/27/07)
* NOTE: Previous stories on BC referred to this project as Phase II.
Wednesday, February 13, 2008
Model releases Trinity Flats elevations
Posted by Kevin LeMaster at 5:10 AM
Labels: Gateway Quarter, mixed-use, Model Group, Over-the-Rhine, Trinity Flats
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