Owner/developer: Knight Development LLC (Grandview), in partnership with Housing Authority of Springfield
General contractor: Snyder Construction Group LLC
Architect: Oke-Thomas and Associates Inc.
Engineers: Pinnacle Design Consultants LLC, civil and structural, and Green Engineering LLC, mechanical, electrical and plumbing
Size: 1,656 square feet
Estimated cost: WND
Funding: RedStone Equity Partners LLC (Clayton), Cedar Rapids Bank & Trust (Cedar Rapids, Iowa), Missouri Housing Development Commission (Kansas City) and The Industrial Development Authority of the City of Springfield, Missouri
Estimated completion: Summer
Project description: Renovations at Cedarbrook Estates, with the addition of a community clubhouse, are part of a multiphased, six-site project to refurbish 297 low-income, single-family units in Springfield at a cost of $43 million. The project is collectively called Keystone Family Homes LP. The community clubhouse at Cedarbrook Estates is one of two clubhouses in the project, offering residents a place to gather, read, relax and use computers, according to developers, and it also will be used for resident support services to provide opportunities for selfsufficiency as future homeowners. Along with Cedarbrook Estates, the project includes Keystone Village, formerly Bolivar Road Apartments; Green Way Village, formerly Glenwood; Carson Lee Estates, formerly Dogwood Square; and Arrowhead Townhomes, formerly Villa Marie/Norton Road. Property management will be by Houston, Texas-based Allied Orion Group. The communities offer one- to five-bedroom homes, with rent starting at $484 and topping out at $1,477.
The city of Springfield has released a draft of its comprehensive plan for the next 20 years.