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Gerrard Corporation Breaks Ground on Beebe Lofts
Gerrard Corporation Building for a Greener Future
Wisconsin boasts many natural treasures—wildlife, lakes, rivers, marshes, waterfalls, caves, billions of trees, rolling hills, and more than 1,700 miles of nature trails. To help support and sustain our environment, WHEDA works with its developer partners to foster green building. Green building is designed to create positive impacts in our environment, help preserve our natural resources, and improve our quality of life. Developers Gerrard Corporation…
Gerrard Corporation’s Metropolitan Market Place Featured in Forbes
Gerrard Corporation’s newest Rochester property, Metropolitan Market Place, was featured on Forbes’ website in a listing of innovative apartment buildings with built-in supermarkets. In addition to offering studio, one-, two-, and three-bedroom units, Metropolitan Market Place
WHEDA Awards Housing Credits for ‘High Impact’ Projects
The Wisconsin Housing and Economic Development Authority (WHEDA) has awarded low-income housing tax credits (LIHTC) to four developments selected in its first separate competitive funding round for “high impact” projects. WHEDA received 15 applications and picked four high impact
Metropolitan Market Place Helps Accomodate Booming Growth in Rochester, MN
Livability.com recently named Rochester, Minnesota as one of the top 100 best places to live in their 2015 list, thanks in part to the city’s booming growth, culture, and amenities. As mentioned in the article, Gerrard Corporation is doing their part to accommodate that growth, with the recent construction of the multi-use development Metropolitan Market Place.
Gerrard Corporation Continues to Provide Affordable Housing to Wisconsin
Gerrard Corporation is pleased to announce that after three years of development and construction, Phase Two of the Dancing Oaks Communities development is complete. A ribbon cutting was held Tuesday, July 12th to commemorate the opening of the two, twelve-unit buildings located in east Menomonie.