Harbor Lofts at 130 Main St. in Menasha will offer you commercial area on the lower levels and apartments on the higher levels.

MENASHA – The town has agreed to give additional than $500,000 to support with the redevelopment of the former Anchor Bank constructing at 130 Primary St. into professional house and apartments.

The project is called Harbor Lofts and will have an believed benefit of $3.1 million.

Dim Horse Improvement of Menasha owns the 33,000-sq.-foot creating. The basement and to start with ground will be renovated as professional area, and the 2nd and third floors and a new fourth floor will be turned into 14 flats.

“The fourth-floor addition will be portion of the third-flooring loft units with widespread condominium place on the 3rd ground and the bed room and grasp bath portion of the loft addition on the top flooring,” said Cole Alsbach, vice president of operations for Dim Horse Enhancement. “Two of the seven loft models will also function a patio/deck, supplying a lovely watch of Principal Street and the marina.”

The city’s $500,000 improvement incentive will be funded by way of an expansion of Tax Incremental Financing District 13. The amount represents 20% of the incremental worth of the challenge. The dollars will be paid more than 10 years after enough property taxes on the new improvement have been collected.

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Menasha now has four redevelopment assignments in the will work that will increase 118 apartments to the central business enterprise district. The total is made up of 43 residences at The Brin, 1 Main St. 34 flats at the Banta website, 460 Ahnaip St. 27 flats at Discovery Pointe, 225 Primary and 14 flats at Harbor Lofts.

“In all places, it would seem, you can find a big shortage of housing,” Local community Growth Director Sam Schroeder informed The Submit-Crescent. “Introducing a excellent populace of housing downtown will also spur further financial growth as effectively as expendable cash flow to assistance downtown corporations, retail (outlets) and restaurants.”

Hoffman Planning, Structure & Construction of Appleton is carrying out the renovation of the Harbor Lofts building, which dates to 1986. The overall inside will be redone. Exterior function consists of staining the brick and putting in new home windows.

Annika Schuller-Rach, venture manager for Hoffman, reported the renovation and addition will be finished later on this calendar year.

“As soon as the transformation is entire, we’ll have a distinctive new creating that will be aspect of the Menasha landscape for many years to arrive,” she explained.

Popular Council member Stan Sevenich questioned regardless of whether the staining of the brick would hold up yrs from now.

“I just want some type of warranty that if we color this creating, that this is a little something that you can demonstrate to me that it can be been finished somewhere else and it is just not flaking or it just isn’t coming off or anything simply because I might somewhat just see the brick as is, if which is heading to be the situation,” Sevenich explained.

The council unanimously passed the new growth agreement with Dark Horse Progress.

Call Duke Behnke at 920-993-7176 or [email protected] Follow him on Twitter at @DukeBehnke.

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