LEED Certified Pontiac Lofts Accepting Reservations

PONTIAC — Lafayette Place, a $19.8 million LEED Certified residential and commercial redevelopment of the former downtown Pontiac Sears store, announced that tenant reservations for lofts are now being accepted.

Lafayette Place Lofts will consist of 46 one- and two-bedroom rental lofts ranging from $675 to $1,295 per month. Upscale amenities include exposed brick walls, bamboo floors, open floor plans, historic large pane windows, granite countertops, upgraded appliances and brushed nickel fixtures. A rooftop urban oasis, secure indoor parking and the use of geothermal heating and cooling are also available.

The development’s commercial offerings, available to both residents and the community include Lafayette Market, which will specialize as a fresh foods grocer and café, and the Anytime Fitness center.

Lafayette Place was designed and built using strategies aimed at achieving high performance in key areas of human and environmental health: sustainable site development, water savings, energy efficiency, materials selection and indoor environmental quality.

Located in the city’s Commercial Historic District, the renovation of the 80,000 square foot structure is the largest construction investment in Downtown Pontiac in approximately 30 years. The development is geared for full completion by December, 2012.

For information about loft rentals, contact Bob Davis at bdavis@westconstruction.com or (248) 758-9925, ext.109.

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