Dave Reid

Third Ward Construction Continues

By - Apr 30th, 2008 05:10 am

p4280111_x200.jpgAlthough the Marine Terminal Lofts have been occupied for over a year the project has yet to be fully completed. Specifically the development was missing its riverwalk section because the Mandel Group had put off its construction apparently to co-inside with construction of the Domus project. As the Domus project has been delayed from breaking ground sometime late last year to an unknown time in future, the Mandel Group has begun construction of the Marine Terminal Loft’s riverwalk section.  UPDATE 5/4/08 This pile driving work is ongoing along the river and is actually in support of future docks.


Work has also been ongoing at Hawley Strigenz Development Corporation’s redevelopment of 153 N. Milwaukee St. When completed it will be become a mixed-use development including retail and office tenants.


Anthropologie was the first tenant to move into 301 N. Broadway, the former A. Gagliano & Company warehouse, this past winter and redevelopment of this building has been ongoing. Developer Robert Joseph has continued working on the building by renovating the upper levels to support office tenants and is currently adding additional access points to the building.

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