Fencing surrounds three East Cherry Street buildings that could be demolished as early as next week.
The developer of a 43-unit East Cherry Street project has requested a 30-year Payment In Lieu Of Taxes (PILOT) to be considered by City Council.
Unable to come to terms on acquisition of the former Mangos Grill property, a developer has walked away from a proposed 88-unit project for the site.
The Redevelopment Agency last month unanimously adopted a resolution (6-0) approving a redevelopment agreement with R2-N2 Properties, which has approval to build a 45-unit complex on East Cherry Street.
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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.
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.