May 27, 2023 Supporting Manhattan-area entrepreneurs, businesses, events

11b Aggieville Apartments Approved

Developer TJ Vilkanskas, representing project developers Back 9 Development and 12B Apartments has been given approval by the city commission to develop the matching complex to 12b.

Courtesy images by Back 9 Development, Inc

12b was completed in 2018 on the corner of 12th and Bluemont and consists of 37 units. Together, with a connector built to 11b, there will be 70 units and 172 bedrooms.

Additionally, there will be a total of 129 tenant parking spaces. The buildings are four stories tall and will be known as the gateway to Aggieville along Bluemont Avenue.

Demolition is required of two single-family residences and a 12-unit apartment building that is currently occupied. Deferred maintenance issues have deemed the two homes unoccupied.

11b will be completed in August 2020 according to Back 9 Development, Inc.

Current corner of 11th & Bluemont where 11b will be built.
  • the changing face of aggieville, for the better in our view, continues here and with the marriott soon – a block that will shock old-time-emaws returning to the little apple.

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