Items Tagged with 'Third Coast Development'


Partners buy golf course

February 6, 2017
A pair of local partners have purchased a former 121-acre golf course in town and plan to turn the property into a natural area with community recreation and educational opportunities. Read More

Firm tackles ‘missing middle’ housing problem

Third Coast Development admits there’s a gap for potential residents who make between $30,000-$50,000.

November 18, 2016
Should a potential resident want to live on Michigan Street, Max Benedict wants to be able to point them to a housing option no matter their income. Read More

Developer plans urban apartment building

October 3, 2016
A local developer is planning a 44-unit apartment building in town that would feature “micro-units” and first-floor retail. Read More

Development firms play waiting game

Third Coast, PK Development wait on contracts for $42 million Diamond Place project.

September 30, 2016
Third Coast Development and PK Development have waited patiently to begin their $42 million Diamond Place project on a 2.8-acre site at 1003 Michigan St. SE. Read More

Firm redevelops vacant plant

September 8, 2016
A local developer is redeveloping a vacant auto industry plant in town that it recently purchased. Read More

Pharmacy moves into Medical Mile

July 29, 2016
A pharmacy by a national chain is moving into the Medical Mile corridor. Read More

Golf course selling to developer

July 26, 2016
A developer is taking over a golf course in town. Read More

West Side affordable housing project picks up $562K

July 22, 2016
A mixed-use development planned for the West Side has been awarded tax credits from the state. Read More

Third Coast expands beyond Medical Mile

Development firm has its eye on projects in the northwest and southeast sectors.

April 8, 2016
Third Coast Development principals Max Benedict, David Levitt and Brad Rosely are looking at every angle of their company’s strategy and asking: What if? Read More

Developer plans $7.4M affordable housing building

March 28, 2016
A developer is planning a $7.4-million building in town with a mix of affordable housing and market-rate units, as well as retail. Read More