Fenton, MI — February 4, 2020
There is a lot of steel growing skyward in Downtown Fenton next to the Methodist Church on Leroy Street. We hear a lot of residents questioning what’s going up on the site. Here is the story so far.
According to Corlin Builders, “111 Leroy Place is a proposed 4-story, mixed-use, downtown style building, located in the heart of Downtown Fenton. Since the completion of The Cornerstone Building in 2015, Fenton has seen a surge in growth in all sectors. Home prices have steadily risen, there’s an influx of new stores and restaurants, and large offices are now coming to join the growth of the downtown.”
“The structure of the building will be a steel frame, brick and stone facade, with wood framing for the interior walls. It will be positioned with a zero-lot-line along the Leroy St. sidewalk, with a new municipal parking lot to be constructed behind the building. 14 of these new parking spaces are located directly adjacent to the building, covered by a canopy, available only for the building’s residents.”
The proposed tenants would include retail shops on the ground floor, office space on the 2nd level and condo’s on floors three and four. The developers are currently soliciting leaseholders for the available spaces.
Jennifer Lasco from the Lasco Real Estate Group said; “We would be happy to represent potential business or families looking to occupy space in the new development. Please give us a call today at 810.433.9556 to experience Real Estate Made Simple.”
Renderings of the building from Corlin Builders present a clean modern look to the structure. Another fine addition to our town. The Lasco Press will keep you posted as construction progresses and retail sites begin to fill up. See Ya Around Town.