Wednesday, September 28, 2011
|Seattle Times||Daily Journal of Commerce Headline|
|Default on empty PacMed building||Schuster Group is building 97 apartments on The Ave|
|U District apartment project started||The Schuster Group has broken ground in the University District on Muriel’s Landing, which will have 97 apartments and ground floor retail in a seven-story building on University Avenue near 52nd Street.
Completion is set for November of 2012 and leasing will start next spring.
Muriel’s Landing was designed by Caron Architects of Seattle and the contractor is Compass Construction. The Benaroya Co. is providing financing.
The Schuster Group said in a press release that the units will be designed for university students and staff as well as people who work near the University of Washington. It will meet Built Green 4 Star standards, with a “modern collegiate design.” There will be space for shops and a restaurant at street level.
More information is at www.murielslanding.com.
The Schuster Group is also planning a 12-story project in Belltown. Via Architecture designed Joseph Arnold Lofts for the northeast corner of Cedar Street and Elliott Avenue. The developer said construction is expected to begin the first quarter of 2012.
The Schuster Group is a real estate investment, development and merchant banking firm headquartered in Seattle.
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