Midtown Row Groundbreaking October 22

If you’ve been wondering what’s going on at Midtown Row in Williamsburg here’s an update.

Broad Street Realty to Break Ground on Final Phase of Midtown Row, Williamsburg Virginia

WILLIAMSBURG, VA October ,2019 –Broad Street Realty LLC, Bridger Corp, and Lamont Street Partners, the three real estate companies behind the mixed-used development Midtown Row, announced today the start of the newest phase of construction, transforming Midtown Row into an experience-based retail, residential and entertainment district located in the heart of Williamsburg.

The groundbreaking ceremony will take place at 1 p.m., Tuesday, October 2 at 221 Monticello Avenue. Construction will begin immediately and is expected to be completed by late spring/early summer of 2021. Broad Street Realty CEO Michael Jacoby and Vice Mayor Doug Pons will provide remarks.

“We are enthused to develop Class A residences closely located between the College of William & Mary and downtown, and we look forward to becoming part of the vibrantly thriving Williamsburg community” said John Hoover of Bridger Corp.

The newest phase of this project will include the construction of four five-story buildings that will provide 56,000 SF of ground-floor retail, 6,000 SF of office space, 240 apartment housing units, and a two-level parking garage with approximately 240 available spaces. In total, the project feature just over 1,040 parking spaces. Two of the buildings will face Monticello Avenue with the other two running alongside Midtown Row’s main street, College Row. The residences will include over 15,000 sq. ft of amenity space and offer an extensive outdoor amenity terrace including a pool, two hot tubs, grill area, and a dog park. The four buildings will delivery simultaneously in the summer of 2021, though residential leasing will commence early Fall 2020.

Midtown Row’s retail tenancy and community amenities serve as the gateway to Williamsburg, Virginia, connecting the local community, students and tourists frequenting the Historic Triangle. 

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