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Ann Arbor condos get initial OK after developer agrees to more bicycle parking

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ANN ARBOR, MI – Plans for a 10-unit condo building just north of downtown Ann Arbor are headed to City Council.

The Planning Commission voted unanimously this week to recommend approval of “The Garnet” at 325 E. Summit St., after convincing the developer to add more bicycle parking.

The site is located by the Broadway bridges at the northeast corner of Summit and Beakes, a stone’s throw from the Huron River and Border-to-Border Trail.
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Redico breaks ground on 167-unit multifamily project at prime Ann Arbor site

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Redico LLC broke ground this week on a 167-unit, multifamily apartment community in downtown Ann Arbor, shortly after closing on the prime piece of property north of Michigan Stadium.

The Southfield developer assembled a city block of nine properties over the course of two years, according to Dale Watchowski, Redico's president and CEO, who declined to provide investment details. The site is bounded by East Hoover Street, East Davis Avenue, Greene Street and Brown Street.

The multifamily community at 950 Greene St., named Hoover + Greene, is expected to open by spring 2021, according to a news release.
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High-rise developer buys property from Michigan Theater for $3M

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ANN ARBOR, MI – A major real estate deal to make way for a 19-story high-rise behind the Michigan Theater has been completed.

Bloomfield Hills-based Cerca Trova LLC purchased a 0.24-acre property at 514 E. Washington St. from the Michigan Theater Foundation for about $3 million on June 19, developer Howard Frehsee of Cerca Trova said.

City records list the sale price as $2.9 million. Frehsee said that’s because his company already paid $100,000 for some site cleanup, so he considers it a $3 million deal that “took place in two bites.”

The property includes an old car dealership building that in recent years has housed a camera shop and tattoo parlor, as well as bathrooms and office/storage space for the theater.

Part of the Michigan Theater, 603 E. Liberty St., extends into the back of the Washington Street building, which the nonprofit theater foundation acquired in 1997.

Cerca Trova, along with Chicago developer CA Ventures, is proposing a mixed-use high-rise to replace the old commercial building and a row of four rental houses behind the theater.

Cerca Trova previously acquired the rental houses from separate owners for more than $4 million.

The high-rise development plans include 241 apartments, including 19 dedicated affordable housing units for low-income tenants, plus 6,000 square feet of commercial space.

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5-story development on Ann Arbor’s Main Street moving forward
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ANN ARBOR, MI – A long-delayed development at the corner of Main and Madison streets is moving forward, the first action in years on the vacant dirt lot where Happy’s Pizza burned down in 2014.

WCD 600 LLC, a company affiliated with Wickfield Properties in Ann Arbor, has broken ground on a five-story, mixed-use building.
https://www.mlive.com/news/ann-arbor...g-forward.html

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Ann Arbor residents suing city over Lower Town development
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ANN ARBOR, MI – As a major housing development takes shape along Broadway Street in Ann Arbor’s Lower Town area, the city is facing a lawsuit from concerned neighbors.

Traver Street resident Tom Stulberg and a Lower Town neighborhood group called Ann Arbor Neighbors for Responsible Development filed suit against the city in April, claiming the city improperly rezoned the property in 2017 to allow the development.
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U-M to build new $920 million hospital on Ann Arbor campus

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Michigan Medicine, the academic medical arm of the University of Michigan, will build a new $920-million, 12-story hospital on its Ann Arbor medical campus.

The 690,000-square-foot adult hospital building will house 264 private rooms capable of converting to intensive care, a state-of-the-art neurological and neurosurgical center, high-level specialty care services for cardiovascular and thoracic patients, along with advanced imaging, according to a news release from the school.

U-M's Board of Regents approved the project at its meeting Thursday afternoon.
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Being in health care, I find this part intriguing. I wonder if this is the beginning of a new trend?
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