The living spaces at 28Grand complement the lifestyle of the residents who spend more time enjoying the city’s vibrant parks, arts, and cultural destinations. Easy access to extensive community activities, and other amenities, has positioned 28Grand as the next great place for city living.
The 13-story building, which includes 4,500 sf of retail space, bike storage and utility spaces on the first floor, has 218 micro apartments, with 133 market-rate units and 85 apartments that qualify for low-income housing tax credits. The apartments range in size from 215 sf to 321 sf. The complex also offers 3,500 sf of community space including a second story community lounge and kitchen, outdoor terrace with seating, and a fitness center. PBA provided MEP engineering design services for the 28 W Grand River apartments. In addition to systems design, our project team evaluated system alternatives for consideration and assisted in system selection.
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