Plumb House CorsairPlumb House’s Corsair project will set itself apart with its amenities for tenants.
By Alan Dorich

Plumb House Inc. is not only in the business of building projects, but also relationships, Senior Project Manager Jeff Bergeron says. “We’re not a one-off-based contractor,” he says. “We look to earn repeat business.”

“That’s our No. 1 goal and our reward for doing the job,” he says, noting that approximately 80 percent of the company’s work consists of repeat business. This includes Corsair, its project for developer Post Road Residential in New Haven, Conn.


Kasco ConstructionDevMar Development, Burton-Katzman, LLC and F5 are building a 93-unit apartment development that complements the revitalization of Old Village in Plymouth, Mich. Kasco Construction is the general contractor.

By Tim O’Connor

The Starkweather Lofts apartment development in Plymouth, Mich., is more than a luxury living option – it’s a signal of the ongoing rejuvenation of the trendy town. The project is the first joint venture between DevMar Development and Burton-Katzman LLC, a third-generation family owned business with more than a century of experience in real estate.

The project consists of two four-story structures on 5.76 acres of land. The 93 luxury apartment units will have 10-foot ceilings and range in size from 800 square feet up to 1,400 square feet. Starkweather Lofts is being built with luxury in mind. Units will feature large windows, high-end stainless steel appliances, custom cabinetry, granite surfaces, outdoor balconies, living and kitchen luxury wood plank style and  luxury polished concrete style bathroom flooring.

Andersen Construction picAndersen Construction is on track to finish the Kinects project in 2017.

By Alan Dorich

Seattle has long been the largest city in the state of Washington, and it shows no signs of slowing down. Andersen Construction is now at work on Kinects, a project that will connect the city’s South Lake Union neighborhood with the downtown area, Project Manager Yates Osborn says.

“[Kinects will fill] a gap in the Seattle landscape,” he says, noting that the project consists of a 41-story apartment tower. Andersen Construction serves as the general contractor on the $110 million project for developer Security Properties.

When finished, Kinects will feature 357 high-end living units that range from studio apartments to two-bedroom penthouses that span approximately 1,700 square feet. “That’s what people seem to want these days,” Osborn observes.

Kinects also will be set apart by features such as an indoor pool on its top floor “enclosed with full-height vision glass on three sides,” he says. The tower also will have outdoor terraces on its sixth and 41st floors.

MSP ConstructionHeritage Senior Living’s communities offer a wide range of care options and amenities to residents.
By Jim Harris

Senior citizens typically have a choice to make when the time comes to leave their homes and settle into a new community specifically geared toward them. Depending on their needs, seniors can choose to live in an independent living community; an assisted-living complex, where they are given some assistance with daily activities such as dressing, cooking and taking medications; or a memory care facility, which provides 24/7 support and care to people with Alzheimer’s disease or dementia.

The needs of many seniors, however, change over time.  Someone who initially chooses an independent living facility may eventually need a higher level of care, which generally necessitates a move into another community.

Seniors who make the decision to move into a community owned and operated by Heritage Senior Living in Wisconsin, however, need not be concerned about life changes that would otherwise force their relocation. Heritage’s communities encompass a range of care types and lifestyles that includes independent living, assisted living and memory care.

Graham Construction picGraham joins forces again with Langham Developments on the Fox Two tower in Edmonton.
By Alan Dorich

For 30 years, very few high-rises were built in downtown Edmonton, Alberta. But in recent years, the work of Graham Construction and client Langham Developments has marked the revitalization of the area, Graham Project Manager Joel Isaac says.

This renaissance included the construction of Fox One, a 29-story condominium tower that was completed last year. Now, the two firms are at work on Fox Two, “which is the sibling tower to Fox One,” he says, noting that the $48 million structure will stand 34 stories with 169 condo suites when finished next fall.

The Beck GroupDenver’s Golden Triangle neighborhood heats up with the addition of EVIVA Cherokee, built by The Beck Group.

By Chris Petersen

One of the hottest areas in the West for real estate right now is Denver’s Golden Triangle, which is building a strong reputation as the city’s new go-to neighborhood for young professionals seeking cultural stimulation and exciting lifestyles. Adding to that environment will be the EVIVA Cherokee, a new luxury apartment tower that will provide residents with some amazing views of the city and Rocky Mountains as well as put them right in the heart of Denver’s most up-and-coming neighborhood. Bringing the vision of EVIVA Cherokee to life is The Beck Group, which has been building landmark projects for more than 100 years.

BainbridgeThe Bainbridge Companies takes a fully integrated, relationship-based approach to multifamily residential construction and development.

By Construction Today Staff

For the Bainbridge Companies, quality leadership begins with lasting partnerships. “We believe strongly in the value of great relationships with everyone involved in the development process,” the Wellington, Fla., and Bethesda, Md.-based company says. “We work tirelessly with the entire team to ensure the success of every project; our team at Bainbridge has a great passion for innovation and hard work.”

The company is a leading owner, developer and manager of luxury multifamily apartment communities in the Eastern United States, with an emphasis on luxury apartments, condos and student housing. Bainbridge also develops, builds, acquires and re-positions commercial properties.

Berman Enterprises is designing its two-building apartment project to promote social interactions among residents.

By Tim O’Connor

Transit-oriented development is one of the hottest trends in building today. Berman Enterprises believes it has the perfect mix of suburban living and regional access with its latest project, The Remy, a $165 million mixed-use development in Prince George’s Country, Md., just east of Washington, D.C.

The transit options available to residents are one of the most appealing aspects of the location. In addition to the New Carrollton train station, the site sits near the intersection of I-495 and the John Hanson Highway. “[Residents will] have access to all of D.C. plus the whole mid-Atlantic, East Coast corridor from this site,” Partner Kevin Berman says.

Current Issue

Current Issue

Check out our latest Editions!


alan blog ct

Contact Us

Construction Today Magazine
150 N. Michigan Ave., Suite 900
Chicago, IL 60601


Click here for a full list of contacts.

Latest Editions

Spread The Love

Back To Top