The Planning Board unanimously approved a 45-unit, five-story apartment complex that will remake the north side of East Cherry Street, replacing three buildings of no more than three stories.
The developer of a 5-story complex under construction downtown will be responsible for almost $42,000 in streetlight improvements.
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For the third time in about five years, the Union County Performing Arts Center will have a new executive director.
A concept plan for a 44-unit, five-story building on East Cherry Street could come before the Planning Board at its meeting later this month.
Demand during peak hours at the Lewis Street parking deck is roughly 350 spaces, or about two-thirds of its capacity, enough to accommodate some overflow from three planned developments downtown.
One East Cherry Street building would be demolished to pave the way for a pedestrian promenade connecting Lewis Street but another would be renovated and added onto under a concept plan presented to the Redevelopment Agency last week.
The city intends to file a notice of appeal to a judge’s decision that struck down the proposed expansion of the downtown Special Improvement District (SID) citywide.