The future site of EYA’s condo project.
EYA senior vice president AJ Jackson on why the commercial building will make for good residential units:
The floorplates are large and the building is situated so three out of the four sides have a water view. The project is still in the design phase.
A source that UrbanTurf spoke with said that the southern end of the building is tiered (see photo above), which could make for some really large terraces on the units. Potential buyers of the building initially felt that it could accommodate 100-150 residential units, but that number has been pared down, and the final product will likely be somewhere in the 50-75 condos with large floorplans. Of course, the number of units, their size and the design of the project could go through various iterations before construction begins.
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