Ladies and gentlemen, the winning in urban core real estate just keeps coming. The recently completed reconstruction of 20th Street from massive trafficway to urban street couldn't have come at a better time.
The site of the old Hereford House is going to come back to life as the City Club Apartments.
This is the rendering looking northeast from 20th and Main.
The existing five story building along Main Street is going to remain but two new separate but connected five and six story apartment buildings are going to be built around it.
The rendering below is looking south from 19th Street. Main Street and the streetcar are on the right and Walnut would be on the left.
This is looking north from 20th Street.
This is the east elevation or view from Walnut Street.
This is what it will look like from Main Street and the streetcar.
I don't have details on the project other than the preliminary zoning plan submittal which I pulled these renderings and site plan from. This also is my first post written using my Linux PC. Someone (thank you Mark) was nice enough to give me an old PC and I thought I would use Linux as the OS and have been playing around with applications. It's taken some time and still is easier to use a Windows OS to blog but I am slowly getting used to using the PC and even gotten some Windows programs like Money to work on it. Linux is definitely a better OS for a PC which is only used for web browsing and minor things because it doesn't have all the MS bloatware however the PDF programs and simple things like screenshots aren't as easy. What does one expect for something free?