Interest in Wheatena site

City officials were scheduled to meet last week with a developer interested in the former Wheatena site.

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City Administrator and Redevelopment Director Peter Pelissier told the Redevelopment Agency last week that he and Redevelopment Agency attorney Frank Regan were scheduled to meet with American Properties last Thursday. The company, which has several developments around the state, previously had expressed interest in the property, according to Pelissier.

Matzel & Mumford recently terminated a redevelopment agreement for the 8-acre parcel at the corner of Elizabeth and West Grand avenues, where it once had planned as many as 300 units before scaling back to 130 units and ultimately dropping the project.

2 thoughts on “Interest in Wheatena site”

  1. Please B/A and the city counsel fix one empty lot at a time don't let what happen to the city in 2008 2009 with Dornoch you remember them right! ADHD one lot at a time thank you. thank you Mark

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