The Euclid - 32 N Euclid

Renovations and new construction in the Central Corridor -- defined by the area south of Delmar Avenue and North of Interstate 44/55.
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has anyone else noticed that the bricks on the Euclid-facing wall in the cutout near the residents' entrance are all warped and wavy? at first i thought it must be an intentional effect b/c its so obvious but i don't think it's intentional. i think it's just crappy construction. why is all new construction so... half assed?
I think it's a darn good looking building. I really like this linear white projecting thingy; nice touch.

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^ agree, very beautiful, unique looking building - something different finally!
overall i like the building too. i'm just lamenting that if you look closely most new construction looks cheap compared to legacy buildings.
It appears this just went over 50% leased. Seems like a pretty solid pace considering move-ins started in early March.
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This project is now over 90% leased - just over 6 months since move-ins started. With the retail portion also leased up to solid tenants, I wonder if they'll now look to sell, as Mills did next door.
wabash wrote:
Sun Oct 21, 2018 5:58 pm
This project is now over 90% leased - just over 6 months since move-ins started. With the retail portion also leased up to solid tenants, I wonder if they'll now look to sell, as Mills did next door.
I saw a sign in their lobby that there are only 5 apartments left. As for the office portion, I wonder if they will consider turning that into more residential space since I haven't heard of any office tenant moving in. Finally, who are the last retail tenants?
chriss752 wrote:
Sun Oct 21, 2018 7:08 pm
Finally, who are the last retail tenants?
Other than Shake Shack are Kaldi's Coffee, 'ZZA Pizza & Salads and Commerce Bank.
wabash wrote:
Sun Oct 21, 2018 10:56 pm
chriss752 wrote:
Sun Oct 21, 2018 7:08 pm
Finally, who are the last retail tenants?
Other than Shake Shack are Kaldi's Coffee, 'ZZA Pizza & Salads and Commerce Bank.
I knew about the Kaldi's and ZZA but Commerce is new to me. Thanks for sharing. The Euclid sure has a mix of different types of retail. On an unrelated note, if only another retailer could fill the Qdoba space at 9 North then this whole strip will practically be occupied till something new comes along.