Original concept plans to construct an addition onto an existing East Cherry Street property aren’t likely to happen and instead a new round of changes are expected to a project that initially proposed 43 units.
Designs for a 43-unit project proposed for East Cherry Street that includes some new construction and some rehabilitation will be revised and presented to redevelopment officials as early as this week. Continue reading Designs tweaked for Tamarand project
Demand during peak hours at the Lewis Street parking deck is roughly 350 spaces, or about two-thirds of its capacity, enough to accommodate some overflow from three planned developments downtown.
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.
A new five-story mixed-use development would replace several existing buildings on the south side of East Cherry Street under a plan to be presented to the Redevelopment Agency this week.
Another prominent East Cherry Street property has sold, this time a lot on the corner of Irving Street, along with several smaller lots on Lewis Street.