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Old Posted Mar 1, 2018, 5:27 PM
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The Fillmore

Here is a thread that hopefully will be used soon!!!!!!!!!!!

THE FILLMORE:

http://downtownphoenixjournal.com/20...-fillmore-rfp/
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Old Posted Mar 1, 2018, 5:32 PM
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Old Posted Mar 1, 2018, 5:40 PM
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LOL - I know, but hope springs eternal!!!!! Fingers crossed this thread gets used a lot more.
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Old Posted Jul 10, 2018, 8:55 PM
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Do we have any updates on this project? IIRC, there were some permits being pulled around March/April time frame? Any movement since then?
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Old Posted Jul 10, 2018, 9:00 PM
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Do we have any updates on this project? IIRC, there were some permits being pulled around March/April time frame? Any movement since then?
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Old Posted Jul 10, 2018, 9:44 PM
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Do we have any updates on this project? IIRC, there were some permits being pulled around March/April time frame? Any movement since then?
A fire review was completed on 6/29. That's about it. I'm not sure how much needs to be reviewed and completed by the city before construction can start. It seems like quite a few projects are taking foreveeerrr to get going.
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Old Posted Jul 11, 2018, 2:40 AM
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It looks like preliminary building plans were approved today for phases 1 and 2. See PRLM 1804238 if you're interested at the city's plan review webpage, but it doesn't really say much. https://apps-secure.phoenix.gov/PDD/Search/PlanReviews
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Old Posted Jul 11, 2018, 6:37 AM
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That is encouraging!!!
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Old Posted Jul 18, 2018, 9:41 PM
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Oops posted in the wrong thread
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Old Posted Jul 18, 2018, 9:48 PM
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So this was submitted today for a 17 story apartment building at 601 N 3rd Ave. Has anyone heard of it? I did some sleuthing about Duo on Fillmore LLC, and they are really Aspirant Development, the people behind The Stewart. If there are already other posts on this - sorry, but I couldn't find anything.
There was some noise about this sometime back but it was originally floated as 12-14 stories. Here is the picture, cant find the article:

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Old Posted Oct 12, 2018, 11:04 PM
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So what our Over/under of this actually happening??? Didnt realize this was the same company doing the Sprouts/apartments in Midtown, that gives me some hope.

https://www.bizjournals.com/phoenix/...-for-140m.html

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High Street Residential, a wholly owned subsidiary of Dallas-based Trammell Crow Co., is in escrow to buy a vacant parcel of land in downtown Phoenix with plans to build a $140 million mixed-use project.

To be built in two phases, the first phase will include a seven-story, 342-unit apartment complex and 7,000 square feet of ground-floor retail and restaurant space on about 3 acres at the southwest corner of Fourth Avenue and Fillmore Street, said Paul Tuchin, senior vice president for Trammell Crow.

Groundbreaking for the first phase is expected during early first quarter of 2019, with total development costs estimated at about $70 million. It would open during the fourth quarter of 2020.
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General contractor is UEB, while project architect is ESG.

The Fillmore will include a pool, fitness center, club room, work-from-home spaces and a sky lounge on the seventh floor facing downtown, Tuchin said.

The second phase on the remainder of that 7.5-acre parcel would include upward of 350 apartment units and another 7,000-square-foot restaurant and retail space.

An urban paseo spanning from Fourth to Sixth avenues will be designed to accommodate walking, biking and vehicle traffic, Tuchin said. It will include shade structures and be heavily landscaped.

Total development cost for both phases is estimated between $140 million and $145 million, he said.

Tuchin said he's excited to play a part in the changing landscape of downtown Phoenix.

"With the addition of light rail, ASU’s downtown campus, the Phoenix Biomedical Campus, and the continued employment growth, downtown Phoenix has undergone a complete resurgence over the past decade," he said. "As one of the largest metros in the country, it’s exciting to see our downtown become a true urban core with the addition of great new restaurants, bars, public markets, music venues and a variety of new housing options."

This downtown project comes on the heels of another High Street Residential project on the southwest corner of Seventh Avenue and Osborn Road in midtown Phoenix.

Called the Osborn Marketplace, that $55 million redevelopment effort includes the transformation of an old Bashas' grocery store into a Sprouts Farmers Market, a Starbucks and a five-story, 190-unit apartment complex. Retail tenants there include Jamba Juice, Jersey Mike’s, Orange Theory Fitness, Keep It Cut and Midtown Nail Lounge.

While the project's retail portion is operational, the $40 million apartments are expected to open during early second quarter of 2019.
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I'd say at this point we'll get a first phase out of it. The idea of chopping off the top of that block with a paseo is a serious win in any event.
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Old Posted Jan 29, 2019, 6:05 PM
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This project has been dragging its feet...does anyone have any updates or know of any permit activity?
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Old Posted Jan 29, 2019, 6:27 PM
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This project has been dragging its feet...does anyone have any updates or know of any permit activity?
There have been 9 plan reviews/permits submitted in the last month, but a few were not issued but the city. I'm guessing there were errors on the permit applications or something.

You can follow the permits at: https://apps-secure.phoenix.gov/PDD/Search/Projects
The Fillmore project number is 18-615
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Old Posted Jan 29, 2019, 6:50 PM
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Looks like a bunch of code variances and drainage approvals.

Slow and steady lets not forget how long projects like Cityscape, Block 23 and Stewart took to get built.
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Aspire Fillmore Update

https://phxrising.city/aspire-fillmore-update-1/

Nice update on Aspire Fillmore from Anthony Previte.
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Old Posted Feb 21, 2019, 11:52 PM
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https://phxrising.city/aspire-fillmore-update-1/

Nice update on Aspire Fillmore from Anthony Previte.
Thanks for posting, Aspire/Duo on Fillmore rendering looks good!

But just as a heads up, this thread is meant for a different project...confusingly also named "The Fillmore" lol can't believe this project still hasn't broken ground while others which came later in the game and are about to break ground soon. Is it because RFP projects generally just move slower??
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Old Posted Feb 22, 2019, 2:14 AM
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Thanks for posting, Aspire/Duo on Fillmore rendering looks good!

But just as a heads up, this thread is meant for a different project...confusingly also named "The Fillmore" lol can't believe this project still hasn't broken ground while others which came later in the game and are about to break ground soon. Is it because RFP projects generally just move slower??
Ah, I see. Yea, so many Fillmore projects I got confused! Thanks for the heads up. Not sure why The Fillmore is taking so long, though.
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Old Posted Feb 22, 2019, 2:17 AM
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Should we award this thread to whichever project breaks ground first?
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Old Posted Feb 27, 2019, 3:03 PM
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Some News...

Is The Fillmore Phoenix's version of The Pier?

https://downtowndevil.com/2019/02/27...enue-fillmore/
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The city of Phoenix officially abandoned an alleyway at a Tuesday morning City Hall Hearing, but only with the stipulations that nearby landowners would not lose essential alley access.

The alley in question is one of the parcels along Fillmore Street from Fourth to Fifth avenues that landed Councilman Michael Nowakowski in hot water in late 2015 for possible conflicts of interest in the proposal process.

The city ultimately chose the Trammel Crow Company and the Cesar Chavez Foundation to develop the project.

Nowakowski served as the executive vice president of Cesar Chavez Foundation’s radio network at the time. A report looking into whether Nowakowski had violated conflict of interest laws cleared him of any wrongdoing, but the development went on without the Cesar Chavez Foundation.

Remaining developer Trammel Crow Company is now working on a two-phase multifamily project with 692 units dubbed The Fillmore, although the city still owns the land and it is currently an undeveloped dirt lot. Development is still a few years away, but construction will ultimately require the northern part of the alley to be removed to make way for one larger building.

Monique Fox, a landowner of two apartment buildings south of the development, explained that her residents only have access to a parking lot through the alley.

“Our utilities, water and electric are on the backside of the building … our city waste dumpster is in the back of the property as well, so they need access,” Fox said at the meeting. “So that is where our primary concern rests right now.”

The developer, on the other hand, attempted to address this issue with the construction of a new “Paseo,” which they described as being a pedestrian-friendly roadway.

“There is a concept to include an East-West pedestrian access called the Taylor Street Paseo,” Xandon Keating, a program manager with the city’s economic development department, explained.

This road would run between Fourth and Sixth avenues and bisect over a 1,000-foot-long super block where the alley currently runs perpendicular.

“The way the plan is envisioned is that the access to the South would continue indefinitely through the paseo we have built,” Keating said. Until the completion of the paseo, the northern part of the alley way would not be disturbed.

Some nearby residents still had concerns regarding the updated plans.

“Any further traffic going onto Sixth Avenue there, there’s gonna be so many accidents. You can’t even fit two vehicles on that street right now at the same time,” said Eric Nelson from Pure Fillmore Apartments. “Again, my concern is just vehicles coming into Sixth Avenue there. Is there gonna be a stop light? A stop sign?”

Experts from the city said the entire area is being studied to make traffic improvements.

“Third and Fifth avenues at the present time are being studied, instead of one-way streets, to go back to two-way streets,” Alan Hilty, a plan review coordinator for the city, said at the meeting. “At the present time, we’re thinking about a traffic signal at Fillmore and Third. So that may help relieve some congestion.”

Developers want to start construction on the paseo right away, but they do not think it will be finished within the year. The alley abandonment is part of the developer’s groundwork so that the city will eventually approve the sale to them on the consolidated property.

The plan for the alley abandonment was approved with additional stipulations regarding landowner access and project timelines.
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