Haberae is getting the ball rolling on three new infill projects, with one already in plan review.
Haberae has a new permit in plan review for a 10-unit adaptive re-use project at 339 South Wells Avenue, called Salvation 10. This used to be a Salvation Army Building. It's adjacent to Juicy's Hamburgers and a stone's throw from Stewart Park.
When complete it will be 10 residences, modern with an industrial vibe. Material choices of glass, concrete, vintage reclaimed wood, custom tile work and a very exciting exterior paint scheme will be featured.
The bedrooms will have a skylight that opens to the Nevada stars, a flex room (guest space, office, gym, etc), indoor and outdoor living through an all glass, roll up garage door connecting your living room to your private yard/patio, modern kitchens, and a spa inspired bathroom with dual sink vanities, custom tile and bronze hardware. Each residence will also have their own washer/dryer. Assigned, off-street parking will be for all residents. It will also include landscaped common areas. Sweeeet.
Tiny Ten, consistent with Haberae's naming of all their projects, will be you guessed it, ten tiny homes, each 520 square feet in a community setting and will be constructed by GuiDenby. It will be located in the vacant lot adjacent to 888 Willow Street, which is the project described below. They plan on having foundations in place for the homes by November 2016.
16 on Willow
They have almost finalized the adaptive reuse of this ultra cool mid century building to (16) two bed, 1.5 bath homes with decks/views, very beautiful all steel trusses exposed, 1000 sq ft each that will be renting BELOW what people are currently paying for a one bedroom house. Project to be completed late summer, 2017.