Auburn Hills-based Moceri Cos. plans to propose a live/work loft development to the Birmingham Planning Board at tonight’s meeting.
The IronGate loft development, on Eton Street, is envisioned as an architecturally consistent building housing 11 two- and three-bedroom luxury residences; the garden floor of each unit could be used as a creative workspace or retail space with exposure on Eton.
The plans were designed by Robert Lipka of RLA Studio Architects in collaboration with Dominick Tringali AIA, a Moceri affiliate, according to a statement released today by Moceri.
The proposed IronGate development is not affiliated with the existing Eton Street Station II Condominiums development, but the two entities have signed a reciprocal easement agreement to allow utilities and access to IronGate through an Eton Street Station alley, as well as joint use of the open space on the IronGate side of the development.
Moceri is one of the region’s largest home builders.
By: Nancy Kaffer, Crain’s Detroit