The Wagenbrenner Co.'s redevelopment of the Kingswood Building site on Grandview Avenue between Third and Fifth avenues is nearing completion.

The Wagenbrenner Co.'s redevelopment of the Kingswood Building site on Grandview Avenue between Third and Fifth avenues is nearing completion.

The company expects to get the certificates of occupancy for the first two retail tenants in January and the businesses may move in as soon as February, Wagenbrenner Chief Operating Officer Angela Zeigler said.

The Windsor Building, as the development will be called, will feature 11,028 square feet of new retail space on the first floor and 37 one- and two-bedroom apartments on the upper three floors.

The first two retail tenants will be Elli Nail Spa and Grandview Physical Therapy.

Grandview Physical Therapy was an occupant of the two-story Kingswood Building that was damaged beyond repair by a fire in January 2009, Zeigler said.

The nail spa is a new tenant, she said.

Two other businesses Matt the Miller restaurant and Orange Leaf Yogurt have signed leases to move into the new building, Zeigler said.

"We're very happy with the leasing activity," she said. "We only have one retail space left."

A non-restaurant business will be sought for the remaining vacant space, Zeigler said.

The apartments will be leased at a monthly rate ranging from $1,000 to $1,700, she said.

"They will be upscale apartments," Zeigler said. "They will have granite countertops, stainless steel appliances and a washer/dryer in each unit."

The one-bedroom apartments will have one-and-a-half baths and the two-bedroom units will have two baths, she said.

"We're getting good activity on the apartments," Zeigler said. "We're really interested in trying to get people who will plan to live there long-term, for more than just a year."

The three floors of apartments will total about 40,748 square feet, she said.

The brick Windsor Building "will fit in well with the neighborhood, we think," Zeigler said.

The exterior of the building is nearly complete, and work will shift to the interior, she said.

Work on the rebuilding project began last December.

"After the tragedy of the fire, we're really excited to be so close to completing the project," Zeigler said.