The purpose of this project is to redevelop the existing Dundee Nursery into a mixed-use development that will by comprised of the following:
Neighborhood Meeting Information
The neighborhood meeting was held on Thursday, March 25th at 6:00 pm on Zoom.
The residences at Parkera Plymouth will consist of a market-rate, multifamily building that will focus on the environmental stewardship and healthy living. A great deal of consideration has been given to the sustainable features of the apartment building and the overall site.
The design of the building, both materially and formally, is the intersection of natural elements and familiar housing elements. Included in these elements are, amenity courtyards, balconies, and walk-up patios that extend living spaces to the outdoors. A system of trails and outdoor space further encourages active lifestyles for residents and connections to the greater community of Plymouth.
Plymouth’s Newest Community Park
The Parkera concept provides residents and guests a connection with nature and parks. That is why our team is designing a park that enhances the already vibrant and extensive trail system in Plymouth. The newly dedicated park will act as a small, yet significant node, that has the capacity to connect to some of the greater features of the area including the Northwest Greenway, Heritage Park, and Clifton E. French Regional Park.
Medical Office Building & Surgical Center
As part of the PUD and master development, CIP has partnered with Twin Cities Orthopedics (TCO), to bring a three-story medical office building with an ambulatory surgical center and rehabilitation care center. TCO is a value-based medical provider; their core values are service, teamwork, integrity, quality and innovation.
Plymouth Presbyterian Church
Since 1990, the congregation of Plymouth Presbyterian Church has sought to be a place for building faith, making friends, and serving people. We are part of the largest Presbyterian denomination in the United States, the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.).
We share the good news of the Gospel of Jesus Christ by getting to know one another, doing service programs together, growing in our faith, and trying to be engaged in this constantly changing world. Over the last few years, the church has hosted Bloom Early Learning and Childcare, an accredited, award-winning, non-profit early learning and childcare center that dedicates 50% of its enrollment spots to low-income families.
As our framework, we seek to uphold high standards of social and environmental performance, public transparency, and accountability to
balance success and purpose in our initiatives.