Norfolk, VA

388 Boush Street
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Capitalizing on the job growth and attractions of downtown Norfolk, this project formed a prototype for urban redevelopment back in 2005. The four-story infill project involved the rebuilding of a city-owned parking garage and incorporated the urban architectural features of nearby buildings. In fact, Collins was first to build around a public parking garage, for first-time buyers in this downtown market. Featuring 94 condominium homes, 338 Boush Street overlooks the historic Freemason District. Partnering with Real Estate Capital Partners, the project started in 2005. The project cost was $18.8 million, and the sellout was $22 million.