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A new rent-to-own affordable housing development is bringing more low-income housing to three Des Moines neighborhoods. See more here.
CEDAR RAPIDS, IA (CBS 2/FOX 28)–There’s good news for anyone who enjoys living in a smoke free environment
108 units will be added.
The new Greystone Townhomes are being built at 19th Street and Forest Avenue in Des Moines.
$7M project uses Chicago’s construction style from the late 19th century
DES MOINES — Developer Jack Hatch plans to invest nearly $7 million in building homes in north-central Des Moines in hopes of helping stabilize neighborhoods that have recently struggled with violence. Hatch, a state senator, proposes building 26 homes with a unique rent-to-own feature for low-income families in the area just north of Interstate Highway 235 along Martin LutherContinue reading »
CEDAR RAPIDS — The Oak Hill Jackson Brickstones project has been recognized as the best affordable-housing tax-credit project in the nation built as part of a community’s disaster recovery. The award for the two new apartment buildings on Sixth Street SE comes from the Affordable Housing Tax Credit Coalition. The coalition recognized a project inContinue reading »
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DES MOINES, Iowa — A new landmark clock tower is going up in Des Moines on Monday. A crane was brought in to lift the top of the clock tower into place. The tower is part of a new brick apartment building being completed at Martin Luther King Parkway and Day Street, just north ofContinue reading »
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What I do: As a developer for Hatch Development Group, I structure the financing for new developments, acquire land for projects, perform due diligence, brainstorm new projects and try to make development ideas come to fruition.
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Jack Hatch and Ryan Galloway are teaming up to construct 18 affordable-housing units in central Des Moines. The partnership, MLK Brickstone LP, is a joint venture between Hatch, owner of Hatch Development Group LLC, and Galloway, a Hatch employee who owns the proposed development site. The 18-unit build-out at 1039 19th St. is phase one of theContinue reading »