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The Enclave brings much-needed upscale living space to Tosa.
The Enclave brings much-needed upscale living space to Tosa.

Housing update: Tosa welcomes The Enclave, etc.

A high-end Wauwatosa apartment complex -- called The Enclave -- will soon be in the works. The $24 million project, located at 1200 N. 62nd St., received support from the Federal Housing Administration’s HUD program and will offer upscale rental opportunities in Tosa.

Demolition of the existing mix of industrial buildings is scheduled to begin within the next 30 days with an anticipated groundbreaking in early April 2011.  Occupancy is expected for May 1, 2012.

An outdoor pool, club room, business center, exercise facility and green roof gardens are some of the highlighted common area amenities.

Also in housing news, Park Lafayette Towers, a 272-unit property located at 1918 E. Layfayette Pl., appointed Mandel Property Services Inc. ("MPSI") as the new management and leasing agent.

Mandel owns or manages over 3,000 luxury and market-rate apartments in metropolitan Milwaukee and Madison, as well as multiple condominium communities and commercial developments.

Park Layfayette Towers offers condo-like apartments, off street parking, a work-out center and cityscape views. Currently, 65 percent of the units are occupied.

Talkbacks

pfan | Feb. 1, 2011 at 11:13 a.m. (report)

That Tosa project looks like every bland mid-rise-multifamily found in Anywhere, USA. How about some originality?

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