Kinzie Racine, LLP, is now the owner of all the apartment buildings on Anthony Lane, formerly known as Jacato Drive.
Charlie Clarke, a principal with the company, told The Journal Times that he just closed on the final building at 2300 Anthony Lane, days after the systematic razing of the burned out shell of 2500 Anthony Lane got underway.
Kinzie Racine has been spending big money – upwards of $3 million – to rehabilitate the buildings inside and out, and company officials changed the name of the neighborhood to The Maples. Of the 241 total units, Clarke said 87 have been completed, the newspaper story continues.
He also said he sees the land at 2500 Anthony Lane transitioning into green space and possibly a park.
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