Items tagged: bristol place

Bristol Place Construction Update

Construction of Bristol Place, located at the corner of Bradley and Market, is 99 percent complete. Bristol Place features 90 units: 64 single-family homes, 26 town homes, and a community building. Landscaping on the property and installation of sod is currently being completed. To date, 43 units have been leased, 6 units have been assigned, and […]


Bristol Place Residences Clubhouse Named in Honor of John Lee Johnson

The City of Champaign is proud to announce the clubhouse in the new Bristol Place Residences has been named in honor of the late John Lee Johnson.  Johnson was a lifelong resident of the Champaign-Urbana community, a staunch community advocate for better neighborhoods, and a member of the Champaign City Council from 1973 – 1981. […]


City Staff Participates in ePrism Contractor Training at Bristol Place

Staff from the Neighborhood Services Department attended a contractor training event on site at the Bristol Place Residences construction trailer on Wednesday, July 31.  Contractors learned how to use Eprism software to find, track, and hire potential employees that have registered through the system.  This system allows the developer to track local and/or low-income persons […]


Leasing Begins at Bristol Place Residences

Bristol Place Residences is announcing the start of residential leasing of its 90- unit single family rental home development. KMG Prestige and Lamoine Property Management are now setting appointments to begin the application process.  Interested applicants need to request to be on the wait list by completing the online family wait list form at lamoineproperties.com […]


City Staff, Community Partners Attend Software Workshop

On March 14, staff from the Neighborhood Services Department attended a workshop hosted by ADVHS, the Bristol Place developer. Also in attendance were community and government partners including First Followers, Illinois Department of Employment Security, Housing Authority of Champaign County and Illinois WorkNet. The workshop introduced the ePRISM software platform and provided the opportunity for […]


Bristol Place Project Contractors Workshop

Trades & Subcontractors and interested parties are invited to attend The City of Champaign is pleased to announce that AHDVS, LLC, and Carlson Construction will be hosting a workshop on Wednesday, December 12, 2018 to continue conversations with interested contractors/subcontractors for the Bristol Place bidding.  The workshop will start with a presentation by Jim Roberts of […]


With Financial Closing Complete, Bristol Place Construction Ramping Up. Announcing Contracting and Employment Opportunities

The City of Champaign is pleased to announce that the financial closing of the Bristol Place Residences finished on November 8, 2018.  With the time-consuming work related to the closing completed, construction is now on track for an early 2020 completion.  The City is now focused on the significant economic impact this project will provide […]


Bristol Place Residences Construction Underway

The rebuilding of the Bristol Place neighborhood is now underway as work has begun on the first of two phases of construction.  The first phase of Bristol Place Residences includes 90 new housing units consisting of 64 single-family homes and 26 townhome units.  Work on this first phase is expected to be complete by March […]


Relocation Assistance Letters Sent to Former Bristol Place Tenants

At the beginning of August 2018, former Bristol Place rental tenants received an update via letter from the Neighborhood Services Department. The letter included reminder information about relocation assistance, including the number of remaining relocation payments to be received, as well as the date when payments will end.  Recipients were encouraged to contact Jean Algee […]


End in Sight for Bristol Place Demolition Phase

Phase 1 of the Bristol Place Redevelopment is nearing completion. The last building in the Bristol Place Neighborhood, located at 110 Garwood St, is slated to be demolished this week. Originally, eighty acquired structures required demolition to clear the site for the upcoming planned affordable housing development. Clearing of the site allows the City to […]