Havana North URA

Havana Street is booming.

Opportunity awaits in the Havana North Urban Renewal area, which straddles northern Havana Street from Sixth Avenue, south to Bayaud Street.

The area generally includes commercial properties along both the east and west sides of the street. A key concept associated with Havana North Urban Renewal Plan implementation is targeted investment that will serve to catalyze development throughout the area and fund future public improvements.

The old 10.3-acre Fan Fare site, which is identified as one of three activity centers within the Havana District Design Concepts Plan, is considered the catalyst project within the area. This site of a former department store from a bygone era is now one of the largest development opportunities in the busy Havana Business Improvement District. Construction of Argenta is starting soon on the site, and will feature 86 townhomes, 206 apartment homes, retail, commercial space and a public park/plaza space.

This location along Havana Street features strong and vibrant retail and automotive co-tenancy, some of the state's best ethnic restaurants and a balanced mix of national and regional retail. The strong, growing demographics in the area make it ideal for young professionals and families. Historic renovations and older property/building conversions make up much of the development potential nearby.

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