All in North Wells Capital
North Wells Capital CEO Jim Fox thinks he's got a way to keep fast-expanding firms from outgrowing his lofts in the neighborhood. And his solution is a big bet on the tightest office submarket in the city.
REjournals announces North Wells Capital Vice President, Anthony Farella as a CRE Future Leader.
Comprised of rows of individual shingles or “flappers,” these screens will be used to disguise parking levels behind dynamic art installations that undulate as the wind blows.
“With its mixed-use zoning, this development site holds exciting possibilities for any investor," says Chris Sackley of Greystone.
North Wells Capital has proposed the pair of buildings on neighboring sites it owns at 301 W. Huron St. and 308 W. Erie St.
North Wells Capital picked up a big site along Huron Street after a developer's deal for a 24-story condo building there fell through.
North Wells Capital bought a fully occupied 45,400-square-foot building at 308 W. Erie St. and a parking lot next door from Speedwagon Properties.