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Obadno Mar 9, 2022 4:17 PM

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Originally Posted by Chestnut1 (Post 9561442)
Final building plans were submitted for McKinley Green at 805 N 2nd Ave. It's described as: New construction for a 23-story multi-family high rise. The structure consists of post-tensioned concrete slabs and concrete
columns with 6 levels of structured parking, 15 residential levels, shared amenities at floors 7 and 23, and with ground floor townhome units
and shell commercial space.

I'm not sure if theses renderings are still relevant because it's been awhile: https://shepleybulfinch.com/projects...ckinley-green/ and https://imgur.com/gallery/7jagIb9

Tallest building in Roosevelt Row :cheers:

gymratmanaz Mar 9, 2022 4:24 PM

Crested....North Canton Ohio here!!!

Buckeye Native 001 Mar 9, 2022 7:48 PM

More Ohio expatriates here than I thought.

Born and raised in Cincinnati, moved to Phoenix when I was 13 in 1996.

combusean Mar 9, 2022 7:54 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Chestnut1 (Post 9561442)
Final building plans were submitted for McKinley Green at 805 N 2nd Ave. It's described as: New construction for a 23-story multi-family high rise. The structure consists of post-tensioned concrete slabs and concrete
columns with 6 levels of structured parking, 15 residential levels, shared amenities at floors 7 and 23, and with ground floor townhome units
and shell commercial space.

I'm not sure if theses renderings are still relevant because it's been awhile: https://shepleybulfinch.com/projects...ckinley-green/ and https://imgur.com/gallery/7jagIb9

I would consider these renderings as accurate as they can be, the development team worked very closely with the neighborhood to get it approved.

ASU Diablo Mar 9, 2022 8:08 PM

What's a reasonable estimated date as to when McKinley Green may break ground based on this latest update?

IndyAZ Mar 9, 2022 8:26 PM

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Originally Posted by ASU Diablo (Post 9561791)
What's a reasonable estimated date as to when McKinley Green may break ground based on this latest update?

1st Review is running about 60 days for building permits, 2-4 weeks of revisions, 2nd Review is about 30 days, so I would safely say about 4 months till permit. That doesn't mean they don't start rough grading, and utility work prior, but I would say sometime in July for full building permit release.

thespiandave Mar 9, 2022 8:29 PM

Thanks Crested and gymratmanaz gymrat! I was in Columbus for 10 years - not too far from Downtown. I was awed by the Short North revitalization before we left, so it’s super nice to have Roosevelt Row so close!

asugrad Mar 9, 2022 10:40 PM

Astra??
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Chestnut1 (Post 9561442)
Final building plans were submitted for McKinley Green at 805 N 2nd Ave. It's described as: New construction for a 23-story multi-family high rise. The structure consists of post-tensioned concrete slabs and concrete
columns with 6 levels of structured parking, 15 residential levels, shared amenities at floors 7 and 23, and with ground floor townhome units
and shell commercial space.

I'm not sure if theses renderings are still relevant because it's been awhile: https://shepleybulfinch.com/projects...ckinley-green/ and https://imgur.com/gallery/7jagIb9

Isn't this the same property where Astra is going or directly next to it?

ASU Diablo Mar 9, 2022 10:42 PM

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Originally Posted by asugrad (Post 9561972)
Isn't this the same property where Astra is going or directly next to it?

Ah great catch. The address listed is totally off.

McKinley Green is going up N of McKinley St, between 1st and 2nd Aves.

Chestnut1 Mar 9, 2022 11:22 PM

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Originally Posted by ASU Diablo (Post 9561974)
Ah great catch. The address listed is totally off.

McKinley Green is going up N of McKinley St, between 1st and 2nd Aves.

The address is actually correct. I checked the Assessors records. North of McKinley are 800+ address numbers with 700+ just south. The Astra parcel is actually mid-300s North, but if you type in the address 805 N 2nd Ave in Google Maps, you get shown the Astra parcel.

I guess Google maps is not always perfect.

ASU Diablo Mar 9, 2022 11:26 PM

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Originally Posted by Chestnut1 (Post 9562023)
The address is actually correct. I checked the Assessors records. North of McKinley are 800+ address numbers with 700+ just south. The Astra parcel is actually mid-300s North, but if you type in the address 805 N 2nd Ave in Google Maps, you get shown the Astra parcel.

I guess Google maps is not always perfect.

Wow...you're right. That's a first...Google Maps is never wrong. Apple Maps on the other hand...

CrestedSaguaro Mar 9, 2022 11:51 PM

Check it out. ABC15 article about housing growth in downtown. Two things strike me. One is the awesome updated pic of downtown (trying to figure out how to get the high resolution version if any of you internet sleuths want to help out). The other is the 2 paragraphs mentioning Chase Tower...

Quote:

One is the future of the former Chase Tower, Arizona's tallest building. Right now the skyscraper is undergoing a massive overhaul.

"I really do think that you'll see it come out as an absolutely gorgeous new mixed-use tower so it might have residential, it might have retail, it might have office," said Mackay. "There might be a hotel."
Anyone wanna take bets that the Davis Experience renderings may be the real deal?? :yes:


https://ewscripps.brightspotcdn.com/...1e29ca5a4.jpeg

Full article: https://www.abc15.com/news/region-ph...e-housing-boom

ASU Diablo Mar 10, 2022 12:03 AM

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Originally Posted by CrestedSaguaro (Post 9562057)

Oh man Derby looks baaad LMAO

jk. But awesome teaser on Chase. My money is on those renderings as well. Therefore, the Apple Store must be real too LOL

PyroD Mar 10, 2022 12:35 AM

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Originally Posted by ASU Diablo (Post 9562071)
Oh man Derby looks baaad LMAO

Hopefully it's just a blank canvas for some awesome artwork in the future, fingers crossed haha

MMDelon Mar 10, 2022 3:17 AM

Now if we can get that middle filled up we will be good.

combusean Mar 10, 2022 3:45 AM

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Originally Posted by ASU Diablo (Post 9562029)
Wow...you're right. That's a first...Google Maps is never wrong. Apple Maps on the other hand...

Google just estimates. On that side of central between Van Buren and Fillmore it starts at 300+ then it starts at 600 between Fillmore and McKinley, then 800+ up to Roosevelt.

It goes up by the 100s on the east side of Central cause there's square blocks, not the long blocks on the west.

YourBuddy Mar 10, 2022 6:34 AM

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Originally Posted by PyroD (Post 9562101)
Hopefully it's just a blank canvas for some awesome artwork in the future, fingers crossed haha

It is pretty funny looking at the picture and you just see a massive L

azliam Mar 10, 2022 1:02 PM

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Originally Posted by MMDelon (Post 9562245)
Now if we can get that middle filled up we will be good.

Can you imagine the infill opportunity if The Met didn't exist? That and St. Croix Villas will help to ensure that gap remains.

CrestedSaguaro Mar 10, 2022 3:28 PM

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Originally Posted by azliam (Post 9562456)
Can you imagine the infill opportunity if The Met didn't exist? That and St. Croix Villas will help to ensure that gap remains.

I agree Met is a big hindrance, but it's really those big blacktop lots between 1st and Central that are creating the largest part of the gap. This may change soon though with two tower developments being proposed. Let's hope this happens! :notacrook:

CrestedSaguaro Mar 10, 2022 3:36 PM

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Originally Posted by YourBuddy (Post 9562363)
It is pretty funny looking at the picture and you just see a massive L

Kennect has a big L like that too. It just looks good since it has cladding and is partially covered by Freeport. :haha:

Really, the city needs to step up and hold developers accountable for this stuff. Yes, it's "possible" Angles could get redeveloped someday. But I'll give it 10 years before that comes close to happening as I don't think Matt is in any hurry to retire or close up.

In the meantime, we will have an eyesore looking at Derby from this angle. It should be a code requirement to clad blank facing walls or at least use them as a canvas for a mural or even just advertising.


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