New Luxury Student Apartments Completed in East Lansing

Posted on August 23, 2014KCichon

September 5, 2014 (Meridian Township, MI) – Capstone Collegiate Communities and Wolverine Building Group are pleased to announce that Hannah Lofts, a new high-end mixed-use development in Meridian Township is complete, residents have moved in and is nearly 100% leased.

With its innovative new layout and modern urban design, Hannah Lofts is an exciting addition to the Lansing area. This $33 Million, five-building development totaling 355,000 square feet is comprised of 282 residential units with 688 beds and a 595 space parking ramp. Three of the buildings feature a unique layout of townhomes that stretch from the first to the third floor, with studio flats on the fourth floor accessed from a separate common corridor. In addition to residential units, the fourth building houses 7,545 sq.ft. of retail space and a clubhouse fitted with all of the latest amenities that tenants are looking for.

Hannah Lofts provides a living experience unlike any other in Meridian Township, featuring a contemporary design, high quality furnishings, and luxury amenities. Residents will have access to an outdoor grilling courtyard, tanning beds, a large hot tub heated year round, and covered parking. The clubhouse will be home to a 24-hour fitness space with free workout classes, including Zumba, pilates, and yoga.

Preceded by the Lodges of East Lansing Phases I and II, Hannah Lofts is the third multi-unit development in Meridian Township completed by developer Capstone Collegiate Communities, General Contractor Wolverine Building Group, and Dungan Nequette Architects.  Hannah Lofts is the largest of these developments but built in the least amount of time.

“I am very proud of Hannah Lofts and the team that made it a reality,” says Curt Mulder, Vice President of Wolverine Building Group. “There were many variables that delayed the start of this project, but our team was committed to delivering this project on time.  This project started in early October of 2013, survived one of Michigan’s coldest winters with record breaking snow fall, a very wet spring and summer and still finished up only 10 ½ month later in August of 2014.  But, our team and subcontractors were relentless and persistent in keeping the project on schedule and maintaining the high level of quality we’ve been able to deliver on the previous two phases.”

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