A project with University Circle, Case Western Reserve University, the Famicos Foundation and Councilman Kevin Conwell to revitalize the eastern boundary of University Circle and the University.Phase I is complete, including five townhouses and the first new residential construction in University Circle in almost 50 years.Phase II is almost complete, including new street curbs, street surface, tree lawns and a sculpture garden by the Putnam Foundation.Phase III is additional townhouses as well as student and workforce housing for 2010 occupancy.
Cuyahoga Valley National Park, Ohio
A project with the Cuyahoga Valley National Park Association and stakeholders within the Park to create the Cuyahoga Valley National Park Institute, a national institute focused on environmental studies, stewardship and experiential learning.Ideas under consideration include the redevelopment of existing homes and buildings within the Park and new facilities for education, lodging and dining.
WakeForestUniversity, Winston-Salem, North Carolina
A project with Wake Forest Properties and the University to revitalize ReynoldaVillage and the 15 acre corridor between two athletic stadiums.ReynoldaVillage is a 10 acre shopping and business complex created from the agricultural and out buildings on the former estate of R.J. and Katharine Reynolds estate.Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the property includes the ReynoldaGardens and the Reynolda House Museum of American Art.
Doan Brook and its Team have extensive experience in sourcing, structuring and developing a variety of real estate projects and transactions throughout the United States, Canada and Mexico.Representative work includes more than 157 million square feet of retail space in 45 states; 20 hotels; over 50 medical buildings and research centers with an aggregate value of more than $1 billion; and more than 500 single family homes, townhouses and condominiums.We are a seasoned Team that is focusing its resources on a select number of unique projects in the Midwest and an even fewer number of projects outside the Midwest.