The 88-unit complex will eliminate Montgomery Street between East Grand Avenue and Monroe Street, eliminating the triangle. The City Council on Monday night approved vacating Montgomery Street and details on a revised access scheme for the neighboring Riverton complex is being worked out, Regan said.
Properties include the former Triangle Inn (at left in photo above) and a house next door that was badly damaged in a fire at least a year ago. An adjacent property, 239 E. Grand Ave. has a poster hanging in the window against eminent domain (left). The only property that was not acquired for the project was 273-275 E. Grand Ave., which is the MJ Bait and Tackle at the end of the triangle block.