Opus Scraps Crossroads Apartment Plan, Faultless Building Back on Market

By Kevin Collison Plans have been scrapped for a $52 million apartment project first proposed three years ago by Opus Development that would have replaced...

Biggest Apartment Project to Date in Troost Revival Now Pre-Leasing

The biggest apartment development to date in the Hospital Hill area of Troost Avenue, 2501 Beacon Hill, has begun pre-leasing and is expected to...

Crossroads Landing DGX, Dollar General’s Urban Concept Store

By Kevin Collison DGX, Dollar General's new urban store concept, is coming to the Crossroads as part of the City Club Apartment development at 20th...

REVERB Loses Some Verve

By Kevin Collison REVERB, the 14-story apartment tower scheduled to open this summer in the Crossroads, has lost some style on its east side in...

Gallerie Near Completion, New Neighborhood on Old Parking Lot

By Kevin Collison The new Gallerie apartment development at 27th and McGee has created a neighborhood on a former parking lot, and is proving popular...

Three Light Construction Start Expected by Early Summer

By Kevin Collison The long-awaited Three Light luxury apartment tower is set to begin construction by early summer at the high-profile corner of 15th and...

Big Troost Residential Project Wins Key Committee Approval

(Feb. 7 Editor's note: the City Council unanimously approved the Armour Corner project Thursday, construction is expected to begin in June.) By Kevin Collison An ambitious...

River Market West II Apartments Welcomes First Residents

By Kevin Collison The River Market West II Apartments project on Fourth Street is expected to be completed by early April, about 2 1/2 years...

MAC Plan to Revive Troost and Armour with 340-Unit Apartment Project Wins Support

(Updated Feb. 7, the City Council unanimously approved the Armour Corners project Thursday, the last step necessary before a construction start expected this June) ...

Riverfront Affordable Housing Plan Denied Tax Credits, Lack of Mayoral Support Cited

By Kevin Collison A $15 million affordable apartment development proposed for the riverfront is floundering after being rejected for federal low-income tax credits, partly because...