The Hardwick at Ford on Bay proposes 323 multi-family units, a rooftop and amenity deck, retail space totaling 25,000-square-feet, two restaurants (one on the riverfront), 550-space parking garage with 125 retail spaces, $2.5 million in public open space, and eco-buffers including a tree canopy and green roofs as well as a garden courtyard and waterfront park protect the building from storm surge increased by sea-level rising.
Investment: $140 Million
Plans call for a historic renovation of the 604 Hogan St. building and the 211 QAshley St. building to include: office/retail space, apartment commons, rooftop terrace, and 9 residnetial units. The project also includes two new 6-story apartment buildings comprised of 175 residential units and 89 at-grade parking spaces.
This multi-family development includes 175 apartments across 18 3-story buildings in 5 different architectural styles (contemporary, gable, hip, mid-century, and modern styles).
This proposed riverfront development includes 332 multi-family units, a sky garden terrace with retail and park access (including a 7,500 square-foot restaurant and amenities such as a daycare), publicly-accessed food and beverage venue on the 44th floor with park and river views, a 1,500 square-foot Civic Stairs Cafe with indoor and outdoor seating, and a parking garage.
Investment: $176 Million
MOSH plans to construct a new, 75,000 SF – 130,000 SF museum on the Shipyards property with offerings including a walk-through aquifer exhibit and a water quality bio-lab. The project also includes associated parking and a private outdoor exhibit space. Additionally, a publicly accessible Riverwalk and public park space will be designed by the Developer.
Investment: $85 Million
The project, located in the Cathedral District, will be dubbed Lofts at Cathedral. Workforce housing downtown has become a staple of Vestcor’s work. The company’s Lofts at Monroe, Lofts at LaVilla, Lofts at Jefferson Station and Lofts at Brooklyn are some of the income-capped apartments it is supplying downtown and in surrounding neighborhoods, like Murray Hill.
This project includes the adaptive reuse of the Jones Brothers Furniture Building into a mixed-use development including the residential lobby, and 29 residential apartments comprised of studio and 1-bedroom units. The building received Part 2 approval from State Historic Preservation Office and the National Park Service in 2020. Project also includes the consutrction of a new 8-story apartment building with attached 4-story parking deck. Residential building will include ground floor retail and 103 apartments.