The Big News On July 16, 2020 Lexington’s Planning Commission approved our request for a zone change from R-2 to R-5 at 333, 329, and 325 Blackburn Avenue, which followed the City’s Planning Staff recommendation. We are filing under a 2nd Tier Medium Density Place Type according to PlaceBuilder with the intention to build a
We are excited to announce that planning for our Blackburn Development is coming along. We have had our pre-meeting with planning staff and are planning to meet with the neighborhood in the next week or so. We encourage your feedback on the project at www.cowgilldevelopment.com
What we a great weekend we just had at the studios180! Our team is meeting a temporary leasing trailer vendor this morning to discuss where we are able to place our temporary office while we are finishing construction. This office will help the studios180 Community Manager show our clients the the model once it is
Our crews are working like a well oiled machine. We had a few days reprieve from the rain, which allowed us to get the rest of the windows in so there is no stopping us now. The tubs were delivered and have been placed in each of the units and our masons have started working
Our construction crews have had a wet few days and this week isn't looking much better. Good thing about being under roof with most of the windows installed, is that we can continue our progress through the rain.
Windows are being installed at the studios180 and it completely changes how the building feels. studios180 is located at 180 N Martin Luther King Boulevard, a couple blocks from the city's center.
Our framers have been working hard to get all of our panelized structure put together so we can be dried in by the end of January. Once dried in, studios180 will start to take shape as we begin to finish the interior.
The recent weather has allowed our crews to get the first and second floor panels up. We are projected to be dried in by mid-January.
Our crew is working hard to keep on their timeline. The studios180 is being built in panelized sections that are built off site and assembled in place to reduce the amount of overall work done on site. This process helps avoid weather delays and allows the building to be dried in quicker.
The construction of studios180 is coming along smoothly. The dry weather has helped us get ahead of schedule as we dig and pour the footers of Lexington's newest downtown studio apartment community.