Arter Group provides property management services for a number of luxury
condominium properties, most of which were developed, designed and
renovated by one or more of our affiliated companies.
our current listings
for available properties
Georgian Place 139 North 11th Street
This certified historic renovation of the former Capital Hotel was
completed in 1983, when the building was also listed on the National
Register of Historic Places. The Arter Group was called by the YMCA
in 1982 to examine options, and to create possible solutions, in response
to growing losses from their hotel operation. It was eventually
decided to create a condominium property, and for the Y to retain portions
of the first 2 floors in connection with their adjacent fitness facilities, and the Arter Group purchased the upper 9
floors. All of the space on the upper floors was gutted, except for
the structural elements, and completely renovated in accordance with historical
guidelines, creating high quality "new" housing in downtown Lincoln for the first
time in over a decade. Complete new elevators and mechanical and
electrical systems were installed, with high efficiency water source
electric heat pumps, the monthly electrical bills for these condominiums
remain very low year round.
Residents are also
invited to become members of the YMCA, with convenient, direct access
through a private keyed entrance (from the "secure" inner Georgian Place
lobby), to use the YMCA "club"
facilities when they are open. Ready for a morning swim, or maybe a
workout on their complete line of fitness equipment? Condominiums may
be leased or purchased.
information on leasing, or information on units
available for purchase please contact us. Our friendly staff will promptly respond
to your questions, and also arrange a private showing at your convenience.
CenterStone 100 North 12th Street
Another of our certified historic projects, this renovation of the former Anderson Building was completed in
1986. This building was previously listed on the National
Register of Historic Places, and originally, was known as the Burr Block,
built as a 5 story building in 1900. This structure was totally
rebuilt in 1922 by the Security Mutual Life Insurance Company, when they
completely disassembled the stone, vertically one half at a time, and
reassembled and added additional matching stone and created their
"new" 11 story office headquarters.
The Arter Group
purchased the building in 1985, and planned a mixed use project on the
basis that both office users and residents alike would enjoy the direct
skywalk connection to parking facilities in the adjacent Rampark garage. Based on the overwhelming response
to the "new" Georgian
Place condominiums since it was first occupied
in 1984, we decided to create luxury a condominium property, with a
landscaped deck and outdoor living space on the rooftop, again involving
the members of our "Group" of companies in design and
construction of this exciting project. All of the space in the
building was gutted, again except for the structural elements, and
completely renovated in accordance with historical guidelines, creating
luxury "new" housing units on floors 3 and 4th, and also on
floors 6 through 11 with "Class A" offices on the remaining
floors. In addition to the a common area
rooftop garden, complete with barbecue grills, a private terrace is
adjacent to the penthouse suite on the top floor. Several other CenterStone condominiums have their own private outdoor
patio area, and all of them offer private laundry facilities within the
apartments. Don't forget the private skyway over to Rampark, where we are able to arrange parking by the
month for your convenience.
Many of these
condominiums were professionally decorated for a "Showcase"
fundraising event (and featured in a national magazine display), and offer
wood floors, and other design amenities.
elevators and mechanical and electrical systems were again installed, with
high efficiency water source electric heat pumps, the monthly electrical
bills for these condominiums are extremely low making CenterStone
an affordable luxury living option. Condominiums may be leased or
information on leasing or information on units available for purchase
please contact us. Our friendly associates
will promptly respond to your questions, and also arrange a private showing
at your convenience.
University Towers 128 North 13th Street
This renovation of the former Stuart
commenced by Larry Price in 1988. The building was listed on
the National Register of Historic Places in 2003, and still retains many of
the design features that once made this building one of the most
prestigious office locations in the Midwest.
To recall that it was built in 1929 using a one paragraph contract between
James Stuart Sr. and Carl Olson makes one smile, in respect to them.
structure also provides convenient parking next door, and contains 66
luxury, one and two bedroom, condominiums on the upper ten floors, and also
many fine businesses on the lower floors, including the Rococo Theatre , Barrymore's Bar
With a direct
connection via private skywalk to University
Square, your private, reserved parking space
is just steps away, protected from inclement weather.
information on units available for purchase, please contact
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In Grand Island;
Yancey; 123 North Locust Street
Grand Island's oldest and most
prestigious address. This former luxury 11 story hotel is listed on
the National Register of Historic Places. Construction of the hotel began
in 1917 and was completed in 1923 following a pause in the construction due
to material shortages and economic stress following World War I.
Completed and furnished at a cost of $300,000 it was leased to William
Yancey by Banker's Realty Trust. The Yancey Hotel, with it's Grand Ballroom,
continental dining and Governor's Suite, was "the" center of
entertainment, society and business in central Nebraska for decades. Following
closure in 1982, the building was purchased and completely renovated by The
Arter Group in 1984 and, over a two year period, we completely renovated
the building with total replacement of all mechanical, electrical and
interior construction in accordance with historical guidelines.
commercial businesses anchor the lower levels including Equitable Bank and
KGIN Television. The 57 residential condominiums located on the top 8
floors include 12 spacious two bedroom units, and 45 one bedroom condos,
with eleven different floor plans decorated in traditional oak woodwork and
Several of the condos
located on the third floor enjoy curved French doors opening to the
outdoors, restored to the original design, and taller ceilings. In
addition, the ballroom known as the Gold Room on 3rd floor was used to
create "The Commons", as a special place for family gatherings,
or just playing cards, for the enjoyment of all the residents. We
even found the original chandeliers, now restored to their full grandeur,
with new crystals form Europe.
Several top floor units also have the unique curved window designs.
Just wait till you see the view!
parking is available in the adjacent enclosed parking facility in addition
to free outdoor parking in the adjacent city ramp.
Contact our resident
manager at 308-381-7242 for information on available residential or office
rentals, or our main office for sales information.