AUTHORED BY COLE STERR
We’ve galvanized an awakening of the North Loop since the beginning of the neighborhood’s renaissance. From the Ford Center and Be The Match to Loose-Wiles, Kickernick and Target Field Station, there’s no doubt we’ve left a staggering vitality in the area. The Nordic, a retail/mixed-use property that will become the neighborhood’s “living room and backyard,” is one of our most recent advancements.
Just last week, a video of vice president Gordy Stofer was released on the North Loop Neighborhood Association’s website highlighting how the mixed-use tower is taking shape.
“The whole goal of the Nordic was to recreate the authenticity of a classic warehouse-style building with the modern efficiencies of a twenty-first century building,” says Stofer. This includes fostering a friendly public plaza with yard games making it a “consistently active environment,” a potential rooftop bar and private event space and maintaining the century-old brick character.
Some tenants of the building include WeWork, which will take up four floors of the building and Ovative Group, who is already working in the office. There’s also a residential component of this project called Sable, which is for-sale condos that will be the first of its kind in the North Loop, that adds a more modern authenticity.
The project is expected to be completed by Labor Day.
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