Duo on Fillmore is a multifamily residential complex planned for the Northeast corner of 3rd Avenue and Fillmore. The project, proposed by Scottsdale-based Aspirant development, appears to consist mainly of two towers of different heights. One 14 story, 198-unit apartment building and another 17 story building to the North with an unspecified number of units.
Aspirant Development is the same development company behind The Stewart (originally Circles on Central), currently under construction nearby at Central and McKinley.
This project is one of several developments planned for the area immediately to the West of Central Ave in Downtown, including The Fillmore and the HB Monroe tower.
It’s unclear whether this project will have any retail or commercial/office components, and no renderings are available yet.
The Stewart is a 19-story residential high rise currently being built at 800 N. Central Ave (Central/McKinley). The building will provide 312 units of transit-oriented living and 9000 square feet of retail to the Roosevelt area.
The Stewart will also include partial sections the original building that housed a 1940’s Studebaker dealership as well as a long-running record store (1972-2009)
The dealership was unique in that it featured a glass-encased rotating vehicle carousel right on the corner.
The project generated some controversy when, in the midst of negotiations with the city and community over historic preservation, the developer suddenly demolished sections of the building, rendering it ineligible for inclusion into the National Register of Historic Places.
Construction is due to be complete in late 2018.
- Address: 800 N. Central Ave
- Residential Units: 312
- Retail/Office: 9000 sq. ft.
- Floors: 19
- Type: Mixed Use (Primary Residential)
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