Two buildings will be constructed as part of the private investment, strategically placed so each unit has river views. Common space between the buildings will be designed for gathering and connection to the riverfront trails with views overlooking the future City Park at the Shipyard. That City Park is expected to include floating docks, a kayak launch, outdoor recreation amenities and a plaza including a container park.
Andante is a 5-story mixed-use development located at 100 N. Farwell Street, in the heart of downtown Eau Claire. The project includes 76 residential units, including furnished studios, one-bedroom units, and two-bedroom units. The first floor of the building will include over 8,000 leasable square feet of commercial space.
Emera will be the first new market-rate housing located in the Zone of Confluence near Grinnell College in Grinnell, IA. Grinnell, better known to locals as the 'Jewel of the Prairie', prides itself on having an active downtown and residents who strive for an excellent quality of life.
The Common Place will be a 5-story mixed-use building located in the Village of Ashwaubenon's Sports & Entertainment District, just blocks from Lambeau Field & Titletown amenities. It will include approximately 80 residential units and a recreational climbing gym.
The Brio Building features 60 residential units ranging from studios to 2 bedrooms. The secure building has ample bike storage and is just steps from the riverfront recreation trail. The building is within walking distance to the University of Wisconsin - Oshkosh, the Fox River, and historic Main Street attractions.
At Mackson Corners, coming home feels like you're on vacation. With impressive finishes and resort-quality amenities, our apartments make it possible to live beyond your expectations. With so much to do in the perfect location, a vibrant new lifestyle awaits.
Opportunity Zones are an economic development tool that allows people to invest in distressed areas in the United States.
Their purpose is to spur economic growth and job creation in low-income communities while providing tax benefits to investors.
Opportunity Zones were created under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 (Public Law No. 115-97). Thousands of low-income communities in all 50 states, the District of Columbia and five U.S. territories are designated as Qualified Opportunity Zones.
Taxpayers can invest in these zones through Qualified Opportunity Funds.