A developer is pitching a $13.6 million residential project in downtown Mishawaka. The South Bend Tribune reports the city’s redevelopment commission could vote on the the 63-unit River Walk apartments project Monday evening.
The publication says plans call for an eight-story building. Construction could begin in 2018 and be complete in a year.
The apartments would join a series of other developments taking place around the city’s Beutter Park. One involves a $10 million investment into condominiums on part of the old Uniroyal property near the St. Joseph River. Another from River Walk developer, Scott Sivan, is called River Rock. It could be complete next month and includes 70 units and a $15 million investment. The South Bend Tribune reports Indianapolis-based Flaherty and Collins has proposed a 230-unit project that also involves retail and luxury space near the park. Developers could tap into Regional Cities Initiative funds for the two-block effort.
A $100 million mixed-use development from South Bend-based Great Lakes Capital is also underway. GrandView plans include office, medical, retail and restaurant space and the initial phase could be complete soon.