M. Fine on Spring has been known for years for its Halloween-time “Industrial Nightmare” haunted house, but it will soon offer affordable housing for seniors. Located in the 800 block of Spring Street in Jeffersonville, the development will include a mix of one- and two-bedroom units for people age 55 and older and/or those with disabilities.
Rendering showing the $9.75 million renovation plan of the warehouse complex built in the 1930s by clothing manufacturer M. Fine & Sons.
In February 2015 the Indiana Housing and Community Development Authority (IHCDA) awarded tax credits to New Hope to develop the property.
Davis Zeller Place is an adaptive reuse senior housing development in Brazil, IN. Two existing buildings will be converted into 36 living units, along with an additional 12 new construction units. The project features one and two bedroom units with modern amenities.
Adaptively reusing the historic junior high school and Davis buildings preserves and revitalizes two historic landmarks. The new construction will replace blighted structures in the neighborhood. Construction will begin in 2017 with opening in early 2018.
The Lofts @ Leeson’s
This project will offer affordable housing for seniors and individuals with disabilities in Elwood, Indiana. It is an historic adaptive reuse development consisting of a mix of 23 apartment units in the Leeson’s building and 23 units of new construction duplexes and one triplex on lots recently cleared for blight elimination in Elwood. All units will have 2 bedrooms and most will have 2 baths. Amenities at the Leeson Building include a restaurant, rooftop garden, fitness center and community room. All units will have 2 bedrooms and most will have 2 baths. Construction will begin in 2018.