Kraus-Anderson projects earn awards from NAIOP 2560 1707 UrbanWorks Architecture

Kraus-Anderson projects earn awards from NAIOP

via Rejournals

Two high-profile Kraus-Anderson projects — the Chamberlain apartments in Richfield, Minnesota, and Cambia Hills of East Bethel, Minnesota — have received Awards of Excellence from the National Association of Industrial and Office Properties.

NAIOP’s awards, which recognize projects that have demonstrated exemplary efforts, are based on a system of nominations and peer selection.

Chamberlain @ East Edge apartments – 6630 Richfield Parkway, Richfield, Minnesota
Owned by Kraus-Anderson Development and Inland Development Partners, the multi-family complex consists of 316 apartments (283 new units and 33 existing units) in six rental buildings, three new construction and three renovated buildings.

Built by Kraus-Anderson Construction and designed by UrbanWorks Architecture, the $54 million, 345,491-square-foot complex also features one level of underground parking. Amenities include a clubhouse, patios, firepit and grilling areas, outdoor pool, game room, fitness center, underground parking, bike maintenance area, dog run, pet wash and adventure playground for kids.

Of the 316 mixed-income units, 20 percent of the units are designated as affordable housing.

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