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Iconica teamed up with Forward Development Group (FDG) to deliver a 130,000 SF multi-family project to the village of Windsor. The Terraces at Windsor Crossing consist of two separate buildings with over 40 units each, stretching across 3 ½ acres. With more land set for future development, this project was the first of many to break ground in the up and coming neighborhood.

The project was on a tight timeline and budget, but thanks to the commitment from the Village of Windsor, and FDG, Iconica was able to complete construction in December. Jeremy Frommelt, Project Architect, said “Working with FDG on their 1st multifamily development was a great opportunity to share the knowledge that we’ve learned from past projects to provide them with the best product available in the Windsor market.”

The project fits the vision of the future neighborhood, which the team at JSD Professional Services described as “a place where people can live and enjoy easy access to nearby destinations, and have the convenience of nearby retail, services, schools, and recreation”. The remaining lots are set to be used for both residential and commercial purposes, and are planned to be developed within the next 3 years.

Residents in the first phase of apartments are able to enjoy several luxurious building amenities, such as a fitness center, community room, underground parking, and an on-site leasing office. The modern units consist of spacious floor plans, granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, walk-in closets, and in-unit washers and dryers. The brand-new suburban development is conveniently located right off of US Highway 51, and border the serene 20-acre Windsor Crossing Conservancy.  

Superintendent: Russ Doman

Project Manager: Paul Tomlinson

Project Architect: Jeremy Frommelt

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Windsor, WI


130,00 SF

December 2017


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