In Shiloh, Illinois, that is.
With occupancy, yes occupancy, in early 2019.
300 unit-plus luxury apartment complex proposed for ShilohBy Mark Schlinkmann St. Louis Post-Dispatch
SHILOH • A $35 million luxury apartment complex with more than 300 units has been proposed for a 26-acre site along Cross Street and the planned extension of Frank Scott Parkway. If Shiloh village officials approve a needed rezoning, the developer — Crevo Capital of Edwardsville — hopes to begin construction this fall. The first units could be ready for occupancy in early 2019.
The apartments, which would be situated near a current lake on the vacant tract, may be built in phases, depending on market demand. Corey Wenzel, Crevo Capital’s president, said in a release that the complex could be attractive to people who now commute to the area from Missouri. “Some who work in the Metro East are commuting from St. Louis because they haven’t been able to find the type of environment here that we’ll soon be able to offer,” he said.
Developers also hope to attract tenants associated with nearby Memorial Hospital East and the U.S. Transportation Command at Scott Air Force Base. The development would include a health club and an indoor-outdoor community lounge with event space that would extend over the lake from the shoreline. The complex would offer units of one, two or three bedrooms, with some larger than 1,500 square feet.
And I once suggested a twinning of our towns and villages here in Judea and Samaria (Yesha) with towns, villages and cities named after the Biblical locations.
By the way, the Shiloh Township 2017 Consolidated General Election Results from yesterday.