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Old Posted Oct 22, 2015, 3:56 PM
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That article doesn't have a date on it, and references the same project that's listed as dead in the first post's PDF.

They also don't have the lot assembled for it.

That means it's dead.
uh, ok.
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Old Posted Oct 23, 2015, 5:28 PM
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Here is a bit about the Alliance Residential Development planned for the NE Corner of 3rd St. and Roosevelt. The article is dated, has some new information and seems to be moving forward with acquiring parcels. Whether it ever gets built or not can be speculated by any of us, but unless someone heard directly from them, I assume it's in process. Anytime we post a story on a development proposal it's always a guess whether it will be built in actuality.

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http://pdf.leeazmail.com/pdfs/BREW%2010-23-2015.pdf
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Old Posted Oct 23, 2015, 8:37 PM
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^ I notice that they are not trying to include the Pappas house at 420 E Roosevelt in this incarnation.

I wouldn't hold my breath for this project. Alliance has been sitting on Broadstone on Central for like two years now, and that project isn't nearly as complicated as this one.
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Paz is closing, it looks like the subpart project on the NEC of 3rd St and Roosevelt is a go:

http://www.azcentral.com/story/news/...tery/74813420/
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Old Posted Nov 4, 2015, 8:42 PM
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Do iLuminate or Linear include ground floor retail?

Do we have an updated rendering for NEC of 3rd and Roosevelt?

The Wood Partners project was thankfully killed--maybe there's something better brewing?
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Old Posted Nov 4, 2015, 8:51 PM
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Do we have an updated rendering for NEC of 3rd and Roosevelt?

The Wood Partners project was thankfully killed--maybe there's something better brewing?
I had them up the other day, I can't find the link now. It was in the New Times / AZ Central / Downtown Devil. Looks decent enough.
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en Hance Park is moving along nicely. Work progressing on the 2nd level. View from the Burton Barr library slats, lol

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Another small infill project, 4 townhomes currently under construction on the corner of Culver and 3rd Ave right across the park from Portland. Not sure this really qualifies for this thread, but still love all these little infill projects popping up everywhere!
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Another small infill project, 4 townhomes currently under construction on the corner of Culver and 3rd Ave right across the park from Portland. Not sure this really qualifies for this thread, but still love all these little infill projects popping up everywhere!
I just noticed that a few weeks ago. It's nice to see little infill projects filling empty lots like that.
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Anything 3 or more stories w/o gobs of surface parking is generally considered in-fill in my book and worthy of posting here.
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Added Metrowest's 2nd/3rd Ave and McKinley project and Coronado Commons.

Looks like SWC of 9th St and Jefferson is being redeveloped into a 200 unit building.

http://abimultifamily.com/wp-content...x-Analysis.pdf
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Looks like Portland 2 is peaking at roof level. Should be topped out by next weekend. Also, looks like glass may be going up on the South side. Amazing how fast this went up! Seems like it took several months after announcment to just break ground, then suddenly BAM! I wish all projects got built this quickly!
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Looks like Portland 2 is peaking at roof level. Should be topped out by next weekend. Also, looks like glass may be going up on the South side. Amazing how fast this went up! Seems like it took several months after announcment to just break ground, then suddenly BAM! I wish all projects got built this quickly!
It was a very quick build. Edison is not moving nearly as quickly, I suspect however alot has to do with utilities, including power lines that hang in the middle of the parcel to be relocated.

The Lennar project seems to be picking up steam. Huge hole in the ground for the apartments going in on 3rd and McDowell with some structural underground walls in place.
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Old Posted Nov 14, 2015, 2:25 AM
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Looks like Wood Partners may be ready to move forward with the 3rd St and Thomas project: http://www.bizjournals.com/phoenix/n...e-parcels.html

Midtown is really a great place to be right now!
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Metrowest Development plans more new townhouses, apartments near Roosevelt Row

Roosevelt Row developer Matt Seaman has another infill development in the works near downtown Phoenix.
Seaman’s Metrowest Development and two San Diego partners are planning a new 100-unit residential development on vacant city land near McKinley Street and Second and Third Avenue.

Seaman said the project will include six for-sale townhouses and 94 apartments.
Metrowest specializes in Roosevelt Row development and currently has apartments with ground-level restaurants under construction near Roosevelt Street and First Avenue. Seaman partners Douglas Gannett and Burt McGillivray.
The Metrowest bid, which includes a neighborhood park, is the preferred pick of the city of Phoenix through a request for proposals process. The deal still needs to be approved by the Phoenix City Council.
“We’re excited,” Seaman said.

Metrowest is also looking to start construction early next year on a second townhouse development at Fourth Avenue and McKinley Street.
The McKinley Row development will include 18 townhouses. Seaman is looking at pricing those in the high $300,000s.
Metrowest built a smaller but similar infill townhouse development a block east on Third Avenue.
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Looks like Wood Partners may be ready to move forward with the 3rd St and Thomas project: http://www.bizjournals.com/phoenix/n...e-parcels.html

Midtown is really a great place to be right now!
FYI, fencing went up today for this development.
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Ground breaking on Landmark Towhomes

Urban townhouses slated for downtown Phoenix

Another empty lot in downtown Phoenix is slated for a new residential development.

Landmark Homes USA broke ground last week on the 30-unit Center 8 Townhomes The planned three-story townhomes are near Seventh Avenue and Roosevelt Street just west of the Roosevelt Row Art District.

Ken Johnson, vice president of strategic marketing for Landmark Homes said that after surveying different areas, they really liked the area.

“It felt home-y and comfortable,” said Johnson.

Center 8 Townhomes are priced in the low $300s.

There are some existing contemporary townhouses next to the Landmark project. A unit there is listed for sale at just under $350,000.

Phoenix Councilman Michael Nowakowski, who represents the downtown area, welcomed the development.

“We created this whole triangle of arts and culture that stretches from Roosevelt Row to Grand Avenue,” said Nowakowski, “including many new businesses and restaurants.” He noted that forty-five restaurants were built within the last eight years.

Richard Heath Jr., account executive at the Pride Guide a city a business guide who caters to the LGBTQ community, also likes the new housing. “It’s going to bring a lot more people down here,” said Heath.

”I think it’s the burgeoning lifestyle that Phoenix offers today versus where it was five years ago,” said Johnson. “You have the light rail and the student presence.”

There are a number of housing, apartment and redevelopment projects online, under construction or in the works along and around Roosevelt Street.

Ashley Harder’s Harder Development is putting the finishing touches on an adaptive reuse of two long vacant properties at Roosevelt and 11th Avenue. A health care technology startup is leasing that space.

Metrowest Development also has two projects under construction and another planned in the increasingly hip area.
“I think it puts Phoenix on the map as a forward-living center for housing,” said Johnson.

Nowakowski credits the growth of Arizona State University’s downtown campus as spurring the other developments.

“ASU is really the pioneers and they started this whole thing, then U of A came down with the medical school,” said Nowakowski.

Nowakowski believes the campuses have really changed the dynamic of the people walking the streets.

“The liveliness and the vibrancy, it’s the students who brought this down here,” said Nowakowski.

Apart from the student population Nowakowski realizes that the older generation wants to get their fill too.

“They want to hop on the light rail and try these great restaurants,” said Nowakowski.

Senior writer Mike Sunnucks contributed to this story
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FYI, fencing went up today for this development.
You beat me to it! I saw that on my drive in to work this morning. Great to see this off of 3rd Street. There is so much potential for mid-rise residential redevelopment between the 7s in Midtown.

Glad this is moving so quickly. I saw on FB that Edison's OFFICIAL ground-breaking is this week also.
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Old Posted Nov 20, 2015, 1:19 AM
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Update:

28th St and Camelback, SEC 28th St and Camelback (2801 and 2845 E Camelback): Lot acquired, zoning submitted. 114,000 sqft office, 160-key AC Hotel on 3.6 acres, maximum 68'
https://www.phoenix.gov/pddsite/Documents/Z-70-15n.pdf
Replaces single story office buildings from 1978 and 1980.
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Old Posted Nov 20, 2015, 4:27 PM
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Update:

28th St and Camelback, SEC 28th St and Camelback (2801 and 2845 E Camelback): Lot acquired, zoning submitted. 114,000 sqft office, 160-key AC Hotel on 3.6 acres, maximum 68'
https://www.phoenix.gov/pddsite/Documents/Z-70-15n.pdf
Replaces single story office buildings from 1978 and 1980.
I have been following news of this development for the past 2 weeks on nextdoor.com which is a community 'forum' of some sorts that is heavily used in the Biltmore area.

This development is having some strong NIMBY outcry and the community directly south wants to organize against it. They are convinced it will hurt their property values and that its too high. This of course is BS since what is currently there should hurt the property values. Nobody wants to live near empty commercial developments. And as far as the height, there are 4 story buildings all along the Camelback Corridor from 22nd St to 44th Street.
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