Ogden – Element 84 Apartment Community – Wisconsin - Project Profile
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Ogden & Company, Inc. (Ogden) is planning to build a residential complex in West Allis, Wisconsin, the US.
The project involves the construction of a residential complex comprising 216 apartments in four buildings on 2ha of land. It will be developed in phases.
It includes the construction of three four-story buildings and a five-story building, 929m2 of commercial space, retail space, 240 underground parking spaces and related facilities.
In 2015, the West Allis Common Council approved US$5 million in city financing help for the project.
As of January 8, 2016, the project received outline approvals from the West Allis Common Council.
On December 13, 2016, West Allis Community Development Authority meeting held related to further approvals.
Ogden is in the process of securing loan for the project development. The council has given Ogden a deadline until October 2017 to secure a loan.
The project involves the construction of a residential complex comprising 216 apartments in four buildings on 2ha of land in West Allis, Wisconsin, the US.
The US$34 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of three four-story buildings
2. Construction of a five-story building
3. Construction of 929m2 of commercial space
4. Construction of 240 underground parking facilities