Owner: Logan Heights LLC
General contractor: Morelock Builders & Associates Inc.
Architect: Buxton Kubik Dodd Design Collective
Engineers: Toth and Associates Inc., civil; Pinnacle Design Consultants LLC, structural; and Buxton Kubik Dodd Design Collective, mechanical, electrical and plumbing
Size: 60,696 square feet
Cost: Would not disclose
Lender: Would not disclose
Estimated completion: April 2023
Project description: The second phase of Logan Heights Apartments consists of a trio of three-story buildings with 24 apartment units in each for a total of 72, according to Brendan Butler, project manager for Morelock Builders. One- and two-bedroom units will be available, he said, with one-bedroom units around 600 square feet and two-bedroom units ranging above 1,000 square feet. Planned amenities include a fitness room and outdoor pool. Phase I, also a three-building project, opened in 2020. Operated by Spark Professional Management LLC, similar units range $849-$1,145 per month on Apartments.com. The Spark website describes interiors with large kitchens, washer and dryer units, walk-in closets and modern fixtures, while the complex offers on-site management, a maintenance team and a coffee bar. The apartments are located within the Logan Heights subdivision, which contains 105 single-family homes, 14 duplex units, 40 condominiums for 55-plus residents and 40 affordable housing units. Future development plans include 34 additional 55-plus units and over 5 acres of general retail space, according to Butler.
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