Condos seem to be booming in downtown Wayzata, where developers are targeting small infill parcels to build boutique buildings.

Crews broke ground this week on Garrison Landing, which will have nine units priced from approximately $1.175 million to $3.5 million. Those units will range from 1,844 to 4,560 square feet. Several of the units have been presold.

The three-and-a-half story building will have 3,000 square feet of retail space on the main floor. It’s being built on a small site at the corner of Minnetonka Avenue and Indian Mound Street, a block from Wayzata Bay. The project is being built by John Kraemer & Sons Custom Builders, was designed by Charlie & Co. and Tanek Inc. and is being marketed by John Adams of Coldwell Banker Burnet.

Several weeks ago, Jeff Schoenwetter of Hopkins-based JMS Custom Homes announced plans to build Meyer Place, a four-story building with 20 units on a one-acre site at 105 E. Lake St., the former home of Meyer Bros. Dairy. Those units are expected to sell for $350 to $400 per square foot.