A multi-year tax appeal settled for the commercial and hotel space at Carriage City Plaza yielded a combined refund of $85,000, a reduction of about 12.5 percent of its tax bill over the four disputed years.
There is renewed interest from a developer in the Sky View at Carriage City Plaza building downtown.
A series of improvements are in the works at Sky View at Carriage City Plaza, including a new, separate hotel lobby entrance, kitchen and bar service, and rooftop deck.
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.
A mixed-used building that was one of the early downtown redevelopment projects was acquired last fall in a sheriff’s sale.
Negotiations on the sale of Carriage City Plaza, including the 102-unit hotel that’s been vacant for 2 1/2 years, have fallen through with the leading potential buyer.
The Redevelopment Agency is giving a developer and downtown property owner 60 days to come to an agreement or a concept plan for the former Mangos Bar and Grill could be scrapped. Continue reading Agency pushes developer on Mangos proposal
A little behind schedule on this but here’s a rundown of some comings and goings around town on the retail front during the fourth quarter of 2015: