For the past decade, Steve Brown Apartments has been partnering with award winning architects, designers and general contracting firms to create a number of signature multi-family and student housing developments within the greater Madison area.
In our role as developer, Steve Brown Apartments specializes in both student and market rate multifamily properties, has the necessary experience to secure project financing in addition to supervising the design, construction and delivery of the completed product.
We view each development as an opportunity to give back. Our goal is to develop a unique apartment community the truly meets the needs of the city and today’s renters, and to create architecture that will stand the test of time.Margaret Watson, CEO
Market Survey Consulting
As long-time industry leaders, we can provide the data you need to drive your decisions. Based on the geographic location, competitive landscape and demographic statistics of the area our analysis can include recommendations for rents, unit mix, unit design concept, amenities, operating expenses and staffing.
Project Consulting and Management
Our construction services provide oversight for new construction, partially finished projects or renovations. We represent the interests of the owner by working with the architect and general contractor to ensure a project is delivered on time and on budget.
We’ve secured or assisted in securing more than $400 million in real estate financing. We can consult with you on a variety of financing transaction structures, and can offer a wide range of forecasting and planning reports for your project.
Brownlofts Apartments – 1815 University Avenue in Madison, WI
Our most recent multifamily project opened in August 2013. Brownlofts is a four story, 118,000 square foot building that’s clad in brick and stone. The community’s unit mix ranges from 1-bedroom apartments to 2-bedroom townhouse style apartments; there are 64 units and 98 beds, plus two stories of underground parking.
Brownlofts was 100% pre-leased prior to opening and it has continued to outperform rent forecasts.