Eagle View Lofts are about ready to open downtown. Located at Southeast 6th and Shaw streets near the Des Moines River, Eagle View Lofts is the market district's first major residential development. Hansen Companies built the six-story tower and nearby block of townhouses.
Video Transcript EAGLEVIEW LOCKS A RARE APARTMENT , COMPLEX PROPOSED TO HAVE ONE DES MOINES. IT'S BEEN MORE THAN A YEAR SINCE PLANS TO TURN THIS RIVERFRONT PARCEL INTO THE EAGLE VIEW BACK IN 2014, DEVELOPER TROY HANSEN UNVEILED THE PROJECT WITH THE OBVIOUS NAME. >> IT'S CALLED EAGLE VIEW LOFTS.
Plans to build Eagle View Lofts, a 120-unit apartment complex on the east bank of the Des Moines River, are back on track thanks to a surprise allocation of state money. The $16 million project narrowly missed the cut in January for a community development block grant.
DES MOINES, Iowa - It's a rusty, empty, crying shame. Connected to bike trails on both ends and close to new residential developments, it could serve a real purpose. "It's something that when I was closed it was something that was dearly missed by the community," says Loyd Ogle, a member of Des Moines' Parks and Recreation board.
The Iowa Economic Development Authority has approved $6.5 million in requests under the state's new workforce housing tax credit program for 10 development projects in Des Moines. For at least one of those projects, approval is a mixed blessing.
The East Village's biggest real estate development in years is underway and has a new name: City Square. The $49 million hotel, apartment and parking garage development will cover an entire block between East Locust and East Walnut streets and between East Second and East Third streets.
Hansen Real Estate Services Inc. said it will break ground Oct. 14 on City Square, a hotel and apartment development that will occupy a city block in the East Village. The site address is 201 E. Locust St., the former location of a Jeep dealership and rental car operation.
Engaging Des Moines neighborhoods and building a strong team of department heads are immediate priorities for Scott Sanders, who on Thursday was named the city's city manager. Council members said Sanders, a Des Moines city employee of 3 1/2years, showed exceptional abilities with city finances and in other areas, which is why he moved quickly through the ranks.
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