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A tax appeal settlement with the previous owner of Carriage City Plaza’s hotel and commercial space totaled a refunded of almost $116,000, representing about a 17-percent reduction on property taxes for 2013 through 2016.
City Council will consider an ordinance to limit smoke shops, tobacco stores, hookah lounges and cigar bars within commercial districts.
A one-time shoe store and later a banquet hall on
Irving Street Main Street that has changed hands a couple times in recent years is expected to be transformed into a wine bar.
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.