A planned brewery in Des Moines is shelved
A brewery and restaurant planned as part of renovations to a century-old Sherman Hill neighborhood apartment complex has been scrapped, developer Danny Heggen tells Axios.
Catch up quick: The five-story Concord apartment is being renovated as part of a $1.5 million project that will be completed early next year.
- A separate plan to convert the first floor of its adjacent garage and office building into a brewery were approved by Des Moines' city council earlier this year.
State of play: The space will instead be converted into offices, Heggen, a director of the real estate development firm DEV Partners, said.
- The decision was made considering the needs of the company and its associates at Shyft, a real estate design and construction company. Opposition from a few residents did not play a role in the decision, he said.
What's next: The office space renovations will cost around $1 million and begin after the apartment project is completed, Heggen said.
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