Developer Steve Bradley said the building, 435 Central Ave., will be renamed The Risdon and given exterior enhancements.
The developer of the proposed Risdon on 5th condominium project bought the building next door for $2.8 million. Developer Steve Bradley said the building, 435 Central Ave., will be renamed The Risdon and given exterior enhancements. The three-story, 16,000-square-foot building in the Rosemary District contains seven apartments and five office/retail spaces, all of which are occupied.
The $6 million Risdon on 5th, at 1350 5th St., is designed to contain 22 residential condos and 7,000 square feet of commercial space in six ground-floor units. Bradley said the development will break ground soon. Modifications to the just-purchased building will include the addition of contemporary exterior awnings and custom planters and columns by local concrete artist Jake Brady.
The Rosemary District is home to a number of new condo, apartment and commercial projects that are revitalizing the long-blighted neighborhood.