2320 Colfax Perspective

38th Street and 28th Avenue (3828)

Project Description: 3828 will be the first building to be implemented of a larger 38th Street Station plan. When complete, the plan willl create new public plazas, housing options, commercial space, and serve as a better-utilized transportation hub.

The first building will be located on the south side of 38th between 28th and 27th, two blocks west of the station and across the street from the very successful Northbound Smokehouse and Brewpub. The site is made up of two remnant sites along 38th plus a one story commercial building and duplex on the west side of 28th Street south of 38th.

3828 takes green development to the next level.

The building starts on recycled urban land close to transit and services. It is designed to meet LEED certifications with energy saving features such as:

  • above-code insulation,
  • well sealed building envelope,
  • high efficiency mechanical systems with NEST controls,
  • LED lighting,
  • low-flow fixtures,
  • and stormwater filtering.

3828 hiawatha rendering

3828 will be four stories – the fourth set back to read as three stories. The ground floor will house 3,000 sq ft of retail fronting 38th, 2 stoop-front residential units fronting 28th, and 36 at grade parking spaces. The upper floors will house 53 market rate apartments.

3828 Rendering 2

For more information on commercial space opportunities, please submit through our contact form.

Information on residential leasing will be made available shortly.

 

Construction Progress

Feb 15, 2017

The mild winter has allowed quick progress on the foundation.

3828 Site

3828 Site

3828 Site

Groundbreaking Event

Oct 19, 2016

Over 30 community leaders and supporters gathered to officially break ground on construction. Michael Lander, Andy Roo of Forteva Development, Council member Andrew Johnson, and Hennepin County Commissioner Peter McLauglin all spoke during the event.

3828 Site aerial

3828 Site aerial

3828 Site aerial

Development Footprint

3828 Site aerial

 


Site design and development by Darren Leet Inc.