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Mt. Sinai development being called Southwark on Reed, a look at updated renderings

Demolition is still continuing on Mt. Sinai at 4th and Reed. While the site isn’t ready for construction just yet, we have a new look at what to expect of this development.

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A total of 95 townhomes are set to be built in this project being called Southwark on Reed.

There are three different home layouts being offered in this development. These options are called the “Dickinson,” “Jefferson” and “Columbus.” Each housing layout includes between three and four bedrooms and a varying number of bathrooms and storage space in each. The largest of the home options, the Jefferson, also includes a two car garage. You can check out the full housing layouts here.

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On the site plan below, you can see the updated layout of the homes on the property, including a look at the mix of unit types throughout the development.


Plans for the site include 95 townhomes and green courtyards that are also accessible to the public. Previous concerns about this development included a lack of greenery, which seems to be addressed by the addition of street trees.

According to the website, the pre-construction cost of these homes in this project from the Concordia Group and D3 Real Estate Development is somewhere in the range of $400,000.

It will still be quite a while until this development will be completed. Here’s what Mt. Sinai looks like right now:

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You can see more of the plans for Southwark on Reed here.


2 Responses to Mt. Sinai development being called Southwark on Reed, a look at updated renderings

  1. M Frankel April 1, 2016 at 3:57 pm #

    Ashame that there is no retail/restaurant space allocated to serve the neighborhood and make it more walkable and more desireable.

  2. Pip April 3, 2016 at 9:50 am #

    But, what about the parking? lol.

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