Developer Garrett Vassel calls The Commodore: Easton Gateway Project the first mid-rise, ground-up construction in Easton in more than 28 years.
Officials gave the public an “inside look” at the $15.5 million “Commodore” project that plans 32 high-end apartments boasting river views, a rooftop restaurant, retail and office space to Easton’s Northampton Street gateway.
Redevelopment has been years in the making. Developer Garett Vassel of the Optima Durant Group, unveiled the renderings to prospective tenants on Wednesday. He says there has been a lot of interest in the office and retail space from the Lehigh Valley.
Easton, PA Committee members unanimously approved a proposal regarding partial demolition and new building construction on the old Kaplan building on Northampton Street under the condition that certain requirements are met.
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In addition to being awarded a $3 million RCAP grant in recent days, the project also received a $225,000 PHARE grant, which focuses on providing affordable housing.
State Sen. Lisa Boscola today announced $6,750,000 in Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program (RACP) funding to six redevelopment projects in the 18th Senatorial District.
The Pennsylvania governor’s budget office awarded millions of dollars in grants Thursday for projects local officials that aim to help boost the Lehigh Valley’s local economy.
Developer says he is in conversations with Fortune 500 companies to lease the new space.
Optima Durant Group has expanded the commercial floor plan of its ground-up Commodore development in Easton, Pa. to 15,000 square feet, triple the original design. Still on track to open in fall 2020.