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“The Meridian Group is proud to have partnered with KETTLER on the residential development and accompanying retail in the highly complex Phase 1 of The Boro. We value KETTLER’s residential experience, track record and reputation as a top residential developer in the region.”
CASSI POOLE EATON, Senior Vice President, The Meridian Group
An award-winning developer of diverse multifamily product types, KETTLER's Development team creates unique spaces inspiring long-lasting memories. We understand that the concept of home is a fundamentally unique and personal experience for our consumers. KETTLER’s multifamily development has experience with complex projects including infill, adaptive re-use, assemblage and mixed-use, resulting in the development and/or acquisition/renovation of some of the most prestigious Class A, market-rate and tax credit communities in the area. KETTLER provides complete project lifecycle management, from inception through stabilization and beyond. Designing unique living environments that speak to those engaging personalization needs are a key focus. We don't just create a home. We inspire it.
High-rise building, also called high-rise, multistory concrete construction building tall enough to require the use of a system of mechanical vertical transportation such as elevators.
Mid-rise construction is generally considered to be any construction project from 5-7 stories. Due to their relatively moderate height, these buildings are often wood frame over concrete podium, with structured parking. They tend to stand alone with one purpose: from office spaces to residential properties, mid-rise construction is extremely versatile.
Garden Style construction tends to be 4-5 stories in separate buildings, inclusive of surface parking.
A collection of individual home units and common areas along with the land upon which they sit.
Providing improvements such as interior and exterior, in addition to inefficiencies and capital structure issues.
Characterized as pedestrian-friendly development that blends two or more residential, commercial, cultural, institutional, and/or industrial uses.