This five-story building at 2461 W. 25th has 171 residential units and 3,160 square feet of first floor commercial space, as well as parking. Formerly the SASS Auto property, it was a magnet for illegal dumping and crime over the years. The more than $30 million TREO project addresses this blight and pulls the positive momentum of Ohio City and Tremont south toward Clark-Fulton, serving as a catalyst for further development in the area. The unit mix is 37 studios, 9 junior one-bedrooms, 107 one-bedrooms, and 18 two-bedrooms. Building amenities include a fitness center, co-working space, elaborately landscaped courtyard, rooftop deck and party room. Many of the units have balconies. The developers are setting aside 20% of the residential units at or below 100% AMI as workforce housing.