A two-phase, 425-apartment project at 6901 Flying Cloud Drive in northeastern Eden Prairie – near the planned Golden Triangle LRT Station – is being reviewed by the Eden Prairie City Council at its meeting Tuesday, March 1.
Proposed by Greco Properties and endorsed by the city’s planning commission, Blue Stem North is technically a redevelopment project. The city OK’d construction of a 128,000-square-foot office building on this site in 2007. Soil correction and some work on the foundation of what was called Liberty Plaza commenced, but the Great Recession followed in 2008 and the project was abandoned.
The new plan includes multiple buildings as tall as six stories and apartments ranging from a 485-square-foot studio apartment to a 1,500-square foot, three-bedroom apartment. Phase one would be 237 units with groundbreaking next July. Phase two, 188 units, would be constructed once phase one is 80 percent leased, according to the developer.
For more information about the March 1 meeting of the city council, which starts at 7 p.m. at the Eden Prairie City Center, go to www.edenprairie.org.
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