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The Flat Iron building in the Near North is getting a new lease on life after its next door neighbor burnt down

 

a $3.7 Million rennovation will rennovate the apartments on the upper floors and create a street level resturant

 

 

The developers have agreed to pay $336,000 for the Flat Iron building at 529 Ann Uccello St., owned by Jose L. Del Castillo. A closing is expected next week.

 

They plan eight apartments, combining two of the nine existing apartments into one, larger unit for use by the owners when they are in Hartford. Also, the partners separately are negotiating to buy a vacant lot next door to 529 Ann Uccello for parking.

 

These are the same developers as 900 Broad Street.

 

all in all this has great potential to build on the other efforts to improve the area.

 

 

Its only 8 units but its nice that they are happening and actually represents a reduction... but fixing them all up will be good for the area

 

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The Flat Iron building in the Near North is getting a new lease on life after its next door neighbor burnt down

 

a $3.7 Million rennovation will rennovate the apartments on the upper floors and create a street level resturant

 

 

The developers have agreed to pay $336,000 for the Flat Iron building at 529 Ann Uccello St., owned by Jose L. Del Castillo. A closing is expected next week.

 

They plan eight apartments, combining two of the nine existing apartments into one, larger unit for use by the owners when they are in Hartford. Also, the partners separately are negotiating to buy a vacant lot next door to 529 Ann Uccello for parking.

 

These are the same developers as 900 Broad Street.

 

all in all this has great potential to build on the other efforts to improve the area.

 

 

Its only 8 units but its nice that they are happening and actually represents a reduction... but fixing them all up will be good for the area

 

This doesn't happen without the ballpark. What is interesting is how quickly folks are are turning their attention to the near northside. The early investors are also setting a price on the buildings and lots in the area. Capitalism at its best.

 

The hotel project was saved by the ballpark and the Flatiron developers have a somewhat checkered history but there has been more private activity here in the past two months (not including the rockcats and center piece) than the previous decade.

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yeah its good stuff.

 

there is also still some other project in the area.  I forget the address that was mentioned up there that I am sure we will hear about it eventually. 

 

Im guessing those older buildings there will become highly sought after one day.

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