Beginning SUMMER 2021
Maple Leaf Crossing will be located at Calumet Ave. and 45th Street, in Munster. The initial phase of the project, expected to begin with demolition of the current site in July 2019, is expected to include several commercial buildings, including space for professional office, retail, medical, restaurant, warehousing and container architecture.
A highly designed and welcomed addition to Munster
Maple Leaf Crossing will create a highly stylized development drawing from our heritage of steel and rail. Incorporating container architecture, Maple Leaf Crossing will offer unique local shops, first-class professional space and an extension of the Monon Trail path through the middle of campus providing bikers, walkers and businesspeople with a fresh place to meet for lunch, shopping or a night on the town.
As Featured In The Times of Northwest Indiana
“The new Maple Leaf Crossing development in Munster will bring cutting-edge shipping container architecture to the Region — as well a School of Rock music school, a Hyatt Place hotel, a glassy four-story office building, new retail shops and restaurants, and possibly a second BuffaLouie’s eatery like the one just off the Indiana University campus in Bloomington.” [Link to full story]
A six-building retail, office development at Calumet Avenue and 45th Street is planned in Munster. The development will feature 120,000 square feet of office and retail space, said developer Jay Lieser with 1st Metropolitan Builders in a statement. The development is...
Developer starts construction on delayed project with cutting-edge container architecture in Munster
MUNSTER — The coronavirus pandemic delayed the new mixed-use Maple Leaf Crossing development in Munster, which will feature cutting-edge shipping container architecture, a wine bar, a School of Rock, a Hyatt Place hotel and a BuffaLouie's eatery modeled on the one...
A major new development in Munster will bring professional offices, stores, restaurants and cutting-edge container architecture, similar to Stackt in Toronto, Ontario, and Sparkman Wharf in Tampa, Florida. Developer Jay Lieser of 1st Metropolitan Builders plans to...