Property now under development as a 216 apartment complex known as Foundry Lofts.
In 2012, a proposal from developer Carter USA of Atlanta GA called for 213 apartments, about 3,000 sq ft of retail, and 163 underground parking spaces.
When owned by Triangle Management, it was slated for development under the name Thomson Terrace.
In 2006–07 the building housed The Michigan Daily while its regular offices were renovated.
- 413 E Huron St, Loopnet
Rare residential/retail/office parcel in downtown Ann Arbor. 3/4 acre within one block of the University of Michigan campus and City Hall. 3 blocks to Main Street, Kerrytown, County buildings, and the U. of M. Hospital Complex. Zoned for Retail, Office, or Residential hi-rise construction with 700% FAR (228,690 SF buildable). Excellent location with 185 feet of frontage on East Huron.
- 413 E Huron St, Loveland Technologies
Owner: ANN ARBOR GREEN PROPERTY OWNER, LLC
In the news
February 24, 2013. The item drawing that interest was a proposed six-month moratorium on site plan review by the city for projects in the D1 (downtown core) zoning district. After holding a nearly one-hour closed session to review written legal advice from the city attorney’s office, the council decided to postpone the issue until March 4, its next regular meeting.
Feb 6, 2013. Planning Commission members voted 5 to 3 Tuesday night in favor of the project, but that's short of the necessary six votes to recommend the construction of the 216-apartment complex called 413 East Huron.
Jan 16, 2013. Neighbors opposed to a 271,855-square-foot development at the northeast corner of Huron and Division in downtown Ann Arbor came out in full force Tuesday night.
- Two Projects File Plans For Design Review, Ann Arbor Chronicle, September 26, 2012
The complex would consist of two main towers and an “inset upper level garden and pool courtyard,” according to the proposal. [.pdf of site rendering] The project would target young professionals, graduate students and upper classmen, with apartment sizes ranging from one to four bedrooms. The building is designed to conform with D1 zoning, the city’s densest zoning district. No variances are required. The site’s owner is listed as Ann Arbor Green Property Owner LLC out of Norwalk, Connecticut, with Carter USA of Atlanta, Georgia listed as the developer. [.jpg of proposed 413 E. Huron project ]
- Mixed use planned for E. Huron Building that once housed A&P may become retail center, Ann Arbor News, March 2008
Longtime Ann Arborites still know it as the old A&P or Michigan Bell. More recently, it was a bank and a University of Michigan office building.