The historic Queen Anne-style structure near DeSales Corner in East Walnut Hills has new life in the form of 19 new residences and two street-level retail spaces. The new boutique apartment building, named The Henry, recently welcomed new residents adding to the emerging vibrant neighborhood.
“We spend 90 percent of our time indoors, so where we live greatly impacts our health and well-being,” said Mahesh Ramanujam, president and CEO, USGBC. “By achieving LEED certification, Markbreit Townhomes [2940 at the Square] has become a place that a family will truly love to call home, not only because it’s energy and water efficient, but because its designed with the health of its inhabitants in mind.”
Urban Sites LLC is working to completely gut and renovate the building at 2806-08 Woodburn Avenue. In addition, the development company plans to demolish a non-contributing single-story rear addition and build a four-story addition, increasing the number of apartments from 10 to 19.
Sycamore Township-based PLK Communities partnered with Pfeiffer Architecture + Development on the project. Chris Pfeiffer, principal of Pfeiffer Architecture + Development and Comey & Shepherd real estate agent for the project, said having three of the four units sold before construction is completed shows the team hit the mark in terms of design, pricing and location.
Ironsight Investments and Pfeiffer Architecture + Development received unanimous approval on July 5 from the city of Loveland Building & Zoning Department to build eight historically influenced luxury townhomes. The new development, the Broadway Brownstones, will be located in the heart of historic Loveland.
A development that’s expected to be the only one of its kind in Oakley’s center is breaking ground this week. Four three-story luxury townhomes will be built at 2940 Markbreit Ave., on the neighborhood’s square. The development, which is being created on a site that has been vacant for eight years, has been dubbed 2940 at the Square.
Pfeiffer Architecture and KLH Engineers teamed up on a special project for the Freestore Foodbank. The local nonprofit is one of Ohio’s largest food banks and distributes 27 million meals annually to low-income individuals and families in Greater Cincinnati, Northern Kentucky and Southeast Indiana.