Corte Madera apartments to get $33M makeover

[caption id="attachment_66370" align="alignnone" width="500"] At the groundbreaking ceremony for the nearly $33 million Preserve at Marin project were (from left) Corte Madera Vice Mayor Diane Furst, Councilmember Carla Condon, Aimco Senior Vice President of Redevelopment Ralph Pickett, Vice President for Redevelopment John Ruedebusch, Senior Director of Construction Daphne Rhodes, Vice President of Construction Services Ricardo Ortiz. (photo credit: Aimco)[/caption]

The Preserve at Marin300 Robin Dr., Corte Madera

Owner: Apartment Investment and Management Co., Denver

Description: Extensive renovation of 126 units for luxury apartments

Design: architecture -- CLE Engineering Inc., Novato, and GGLO, Seattle; landscape -- Parducci & Associates, San Francisco; interior -- Private Label International, Tempe, Ariz.

Engineering: civil - Kier & Wright Civil Engineers & Surveyors, Livermore; structural -- OAC Services, Seattle; mechanical, electrical and plumbing -- ENCON, Los Altos

General contractor: Tricorp Hearn Construction, Gold River

Pool consultant: Aquatic Design Group, Carlsbad

Cost: $85 million, including $44 million for property acquisition

CORTE MADERA -- A 126-unit vacant multifamily complex on a southern Marin County hillside overlooking the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge and San Francisco Bay is getting a $32.6 million makeover to have luxury apartments ready for tenants in the latter half of next year.

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