Find out about this three-phase, 576-unit transit-oriented development in the Gateway Regional Center.
Russellville Commons has the largest number of housing units in a Transit-Oriented Development built by a single developer in the entire Metro area. It was also the first higher density housing in the Gateway Regional Center, with a total of 576 units developed in three phases.
The first phase of the project consists of 283 units of market rate rental housing. The second phase is a five-story building with 154 senior independent living units. Phase III is currently under construction and will include a four story building with 139 units of senior housing, just over 20,000 square feet of ground floor retail that will include medical offices, a fitness center, salon, coffee shop, deli and a restaurant. The entire development is organized along a central greenway that physically connects the pedestrian environment with the East 102 Avenue MAX light rail station.
Phase I: Pedestrian Easement
Phases II and III: Metro Transit-Oriented Development Program, transit-oriented development easement
For more information on the Metro transit-oriented development easement and other tools, see the Community Investment Toolkit.
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