The 58-unit affordable housing development under construction behind the former Elizabethtown Gas building on Central Avenue is taking shape, recently topping out at four stories.
City Council introduced an ordinance last week to officially change the name of the downtown Special Improvement District (SID).
City Council is scheduled to vote on a $140,000 Special Improvement District (SID) budget for 2017 during its combined conference and regular meeting on June 12.
The city’s appeal of a ruling against an expanded Special Improvement District (SID) almost two years ago is expected to be heard this week.
The Redevelopment Agency closed on the former Elizabethtown Gas property at the end of October and will convey the property to a developer, possibly as soon as Friday.
Two vacant economic development positions will be combined into one and shared between the city and Special Improvement District (SID).
The Redevelopment Agency extended the closing date on the sale of the former Elizabethtown Gas building, which has been approved for a 58-unit affordable housing development for artists.
The Planning Board is scheduled to hear an application Tuesday night seeking final site plan approval for a 58-unit affordable housing development geared toward artists in the former Elizabethtown Gas building on Central Avenue. UPDATED: The meeting originally scheduled for Tuesday has been canceled.