THIS PROJECT WAS PERFECT. THIS IS WHAT THE COMPLETED PROJECT WILL LOOK LIKE. 250 APARTMENTS, A MIX OF ONE, TWO AND THREE BEDROOM STUDIO WITH COMMERCIAL SPACE. DEMOLITION ON THE 2.3-ACRE SITE BEGAN IN SEPTEMBER, AND THE DEVELOPERS SAY THEY’RE AT IT FOR THE LONG TERM. DEFINITELY PLAY NEAR MANCHESTER CITY. LONG-TERM INVESTORS NOT ONLY IN REAL ESTATE BUT ALSO IN THE COMMUNITY. THE MAYOR OF MANCHESTER PARTICIPATED IN THE CEREMONY AND INNOVATION. SHE SAYS IT WILL HELP THE HOUSING CRISIS IN THE CITY. EVEN IF THE APARTMENTS WILL BE RENTED AT MARKET PRICE, WHICH WILL ALLOW INDIVIDUALS TO MOVE IN AND POTENTIALLY OPEN UP. BUT WE KNOW IS THAT WE NEED TO INCREASE HOUSING IN ALL TERRITORIES. THE DEMOLITION IS CURRENTLY THREE QUARTERS OF THE WAY COMPLETE AND BY THE END OF THE MONTH, THIS BUILDING YOU SEE THERE WILL BE COMPLETELY DISAPPEARED. THESE APARTMENTS WILL ALSO CONTAIN OTHER AMENITIES, INCLUDING A CLUBHOUSE. ON THE AFFORDABLE HOUSING CRISIS, THE MAYOR SAYS IT IS WORKING IN THE CITY. WE HAVE APPROXIMATELY 2000 UNITS ON THE GO, RANGE FROM SINGLE FAMILY HOMES TO APARTMENTS TO CONDOMINIUMS. ONCE AGAIN, WE’RE MAKING GREAT PROGRESS IN THE CITY OF MANCHESTER, BUT MORE CERTAINLY NEEDS TO BE DONE. THE MAYOR SAYS THE BUILDINGS THAT WERE FORMERLY HERE HAVE BEEN VACANT FOR DECADES AND THIS ENTIRE AREA WAS UNDERUTILIZED. NOW THIS BLOCK WILL HAVE A NEW BEGINNING. AND IF YOU’RE WONDERING ABOUT PARKING, WELL, PLANS ARE FOR THIS PROJECT TO CONTAIN AN UNDERGROUND PARKING GARAGE IN MANCHESTER

New 250-unit apartment complex opens in Manchester

No unit designated as affordable, but mayor says project will help with housing crisis

A grand opening took place on Thursday for a new apartment complex that will bring hundreds of new homes to Manchester. The 250-unit complex will replace a cluster of brick buildings on Canal Street and is expected to open by summer 2024. Will be a mix of studios, one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments, as well as commercial space and an underground garage. Demolition on the 2.3-acre site began in September. “Certainly our plan here in Manchester is to be long-term investors, not just in the real estate asset, but also in the community,” said Matt Frazier, CEO of developer Jones Street. Manchester Mayor Joyce Craig said the project will help with the city’s housing crisis, although the flats will all be at market price and there are no units designated as affordable for people. low income people. move into those and potentially open up, but what we do know is that we need to increase housing at all levels,” she said. will be gone. The apartments will also contain other amenities, including a clubhouse. As for the affordable housing crisis, the mayor said that is ongoing. “Across the city, we have about 2,000 units going, ranging from single-family homes to condos,” Craig said. “Once again we are making great progress in the city of Manchester, but there is still a long way to go. The mayor said the existing buildings had been vacant and underused for decades, and the whole block will now have a fresh start.

A grand opening took place on Thursday for a new apartment complex that will bring hundreds of new homes to Manchester.

The 250-unit complex will replace a cluster of brick buildings on Canal Street and is expected to open by summer 2024.

Developers have said there will be a mix of studio, one, two and three bedroom apartments, as well as commercial space and an underground garage. Demolition on the 2.3-acre site began in September.

“Certainly our plan here in Manchester is to be long-term investors, not just in the real estate asset, but also in the community,” said Matt Frazier, CEO of developer Jones Street.

Manchester Mayor Joyce Craig said the project will help with the city’s housing crisis, although the flats will all be at market price and there are no units designated as affordable for people. low income people.

“Which will allow individuals to move into these and potentially open up, but what we do know is that we need to increase housing at all levels,” she said.

The demolition is currently three quarters complete and by the end of the month the existing building will be gone.

The apartments will also contain other amenities, including a clubhouse. Regarding the affordable housing crisis, the mayor said that is being worked on.

“Across the city, we have about 2,000 units under construction, ranging from single family homes to apartments to condominiums,” Craig said. “Once again we are making great progress in the city of Manchester, but there is still a long way to go.

The mayor said the existing buildings had been vacant and underused for decades, and the whole block will now have a fresh start.