Resources Available for Want-To-Be Downtown Dwellers
Mar 16, 2020
The latest released Cedar Rapids Housing Market Analysis commissioned annually by the City of Cedar Rapids indicates that Downtown Cedar Rapids housing will continue to grow through 2030. New options are coming on the market all the time, supporting the demand. Higher populations of urban dwellers result in districts that are more viable for business success and improved vitality.
The Economic Alliance works to strengthen core districts, and to promote their growth and success.
Living Downtown puts you in the center of the action, with close proximity to amazing performance venues, locally owned restaurants and bars, arts and culture and more.
If you’re interested in urban living and want to see housing options and amenities in Cedar Rapids core districts, head to www.cedarrapids.org/downtown. Our Core District Housing map is up-to-date with the latest housing options. Our Core District Amenities Map shows bars and restaurants, gyms, salon, cultural spaces and more in the heart of Cedar Rapids.
$4.35 Million Project Proposed for Kingston Village
Kingston Village in Downtown Cedar Rapids has seen a surge of development after being severely impacted by 2008 flooding. One of the latest new developments in Kingston Village is a proposed $4.35 million four-story mixed-use building at 400 Second Street SW by 2nd Street Properties LLC. The building plans include residential units on the first, third, and fourth floors, with commercial office space on the second floor. Developers brought the development proposal to the City of Cedar Rapids and final action is expected on March 10. If approved, construction is expected to begin in April.