One of our new projects, The Medici Artist Lofts was in the Fox40 news on May 31st, 2018.
Here is an excerpt from reporter, Karma Dickerson:
STOCKTON — An old downtown Stockton building is being put to new use.
Thursday was the official groundbreaking at the former Medico Dental building on North Sutter Street. From Medico to Medici, like the famous patrons of the arts, the developers want to create a space for artists to grow and for downtown Stockton to thrive.
“We believe in downtown, we believe in housing downtown,” said Chris Flaherty, CEO of 3 Leaf Holdings.
Since 1927 the Medico Building has loomed over Miner and North Sutter streets in Stockton but as developer Flaherty says, it’s got good bones.
“It’s constructed very well. The project will have exposed ceilings, as you see here, with rigid duct, and it will be a very lofty style space,” Flaherty explained.
On Thursday, Flaherty, joined by other developers, architects and city leaders, announced the official groundbreaking on the project to transform the 12-story building into 34 lofts, primarily geared toward giving artists affordable living space.