333 Flats to break ground next month on East Boyd
Dantin Bruce Development will break ground next month on 333 Flats, a residential development on East Boyd Drive, between Burbank Drive and Highland Road, says co-owner Brian Dantin. 333 Flats is the second phase of a larger residential development by Dantin Bruce on East Boyd. It will be located adjacent to 333 Lofts, which opened in August 2012. And while 333 Flats, like its neighbor, will contain condominiums, Dantin says the three-story development will offer a greater variety of floor plans than 333 Lofts. The flats will include 36 units total, including studio, one-, two- and three-bedroom condominiums—two of which are pre-sold, Dantin says. The lofts—which sold all 28 units within 10 months of completion—only offered two- and three-bedroom condos. "We had a lot of people who called about one-bedrooms [for 333 Lofts], so we wanted to offer that," Dantin says. "[Studios and one-bedrooms] could also be a gameday condo for somebody." Prices for units in 333 Flats range from $145,000 for studio condos to $300,000 and above for three-bedroom, three-bath condos. Architecturally, 333 Flats will have an "industrial feel," Dantin says, similar to that at 333 Lofts. The gated development will also include a courtyard area with outdoor seating, fire pits and televisions. Dantin anticipates a summer 2015 completion for the 333 Flats development, which is projected to cost approximately $7 million. Dantin Bruce is also planning to build a 150-unit apartment complex across the street from the 333 properties, with construction expected to begin next year, Dantin says. —Rachel Alexander
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