The Redevelopment Agency is looking into establishing a new stand-alone website or possibly partnering with the Parking Authority on a joint website.
There is renewed interest from a developer in the Sky View at Carriage City Plaza building downtown.
Well, we’ve done it again.
Redevelopment officials hope to resolve a dispute over parking by the end of next month to get the next downtown project under way, which could impact another development on the drawing board.
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.
City Council unanimously approved the sale of the Police Assistance Center building to the Parking Authority. The East Cherry Street property eventually will be razed as part of infrastructure improvements and reconfiguration related to a proposed mixed-use development and extension of Monroe Street.