The Rhythm Gets Going
Apartment building will replace tavern and parking lot.
The site of a new apartment building known as The Rhythm at 1632 N. Water St. is starting to take shape. Most of the hill, along with The Curve tavern, has been hacked away to make way for the new building as our photos show. We first reported on The Rhythm back in July of last year, but it wasn’t until April 8th of this year that site work began.
When finished, the building will rise seven stories and include a 140-unit mix of studio and one-bedroom apartments. Monthly rent is projected to range from $1,200 and $1,600. The building will also include a fitness center and clubhouse.
Gokhman is bullish on the neighborhood, noting “we do think that the proximity to the River Walk, Brady St, Downtown, and the construction of a grocery store across the street all create an opportunity for efficiently designed floor plans at an attractive price point in a dynamic and highly walkable location,” he says. The building is located across N. Water St. from the third phase of The North End.
Gokhman is also involved in the development of 1029 S. 1st St., an under-construction, three-building apartment complex, in Walker’s Point.