August 9, 2012 by Sarah M
//By Jeremy Zoss//
The apartment project in the former Precision Building at 730 Washington Ave. has a new name and an opening date. The Greco Development project has been dubbed ElseWarehouse and will open to residents on Dec. 1. According to Greco vice president of Development Brent Rogers, units in the building are now available to lease.
Elsewarehouse’s 130 units are a mix of studio apartments and 1-3 bedroom units. The market-rate building features a rooftop deck and clubroom, fitness center, lobby bar and other high-end amenities, including a six-story atrium with a skylight that bathes the lobby in natural light. “It’s as nice as any of the condo deals that were done down there,” said Rogers.
One of the major attractions of the project, said Rogers, is the building’s location. Several theaters, restaurants and shops are within walking distance, as are Target Field, the Fulton brewery and future transit hub The Interchange. ElseWarehouse will likely add another restaurant tenant to the mix – Rogers said Greco is close to signing a lease with a restaurant operator for a 6,500 square foot retail space on the first floor.
“The neighborhood is just getting better and better,” Rogers said.