Developers Break Ground on The Saxony, a 5-Story Bywater Condo Project

by • November 3, 2017 • Bywater, Condos, DevelopmentComments (0)7263

Developers broke ground this week on The Saxony, a new 75-unit condo development built from the converted former L.A. Frey & Sons meatpacking plant in the Bywater.

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 $689,500. The project also includes gated parking, a pool, fitness and meeting rooms.

The project will include a pool, fitness room, garden courtyard, dog run, electric vehicle charging station and bike storage.

Ward Investments is the developer and Rozas Ward is the architect.

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.

Rendering of the proposed Saxony development in the Bywater via

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