"Design, build, occupy" is the name of the game at Kendall Yards. With residential units — townhouses, apartments and single-family homes — at all levels of development this summer, big things will be happening in the next year or so. This week we wrote about the new Inlander building and talked to some other current residents. Here’s the full rundown of what's here and what's coming soon:
Developer Greenstone Homes CEO Jim Frank expects to have 200 units occupied by the end of this year.
“The market is responding really well,” he says. “The neighborhood is striking a chord with a lot of demographic groups.”
Frank says of the 100 current occupants, many are young people, downtown professionals, empty nesters, retirees and newlyweds.
In the business district of Kendall Yards, Greenstone is working on design for three restaurant buildings, each 2,500 square feet. The new restaurants will be announced within 60 days. All the restaurants will be locally owned and operated.
Greenstone is also working on leasing available spaces on the back end of the Spa Paradiso building.
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