Developer Ward Investments announced plans this week to convert the former former L.A. Frey & Sons meat packing plant in the Bywater in to a 75 unit condo building.
The new project at 900 Bartholomew St., dubbed The Saxony, will consist of a five-story building with 75 condos and will include one-bedroom, two-bedroom and three-bedroom floor plans. Pricing will range between $189,000 to $642,500. The project also includes gated parking, a pool, fitness and meeting rooms.
Construction should commence soon in September and finish in 2018.
Ward Investments purchased the property in 2015 for $3.2 million. The seller was local developer Shea Embry, who had once proposed converting the property into a mixed-use development called ICInola, which never materialized.
In 2015, another developer attempted to develop the property, but that never got off the ground either.
Latter & Blum is broker for the condo sales.
Check out the renderings below.