Some eight months after breaking ground, the five-story Gramercy development along East Cherry Street has topped out.
A 45-unit apartment complex is rising along East Cherry Street, reaching the third story of a planned five-story development.
Work at the Center Circle site on Main Street, namely removing the athletic bubbles, could begin as soon as the fall if permits and other timelines are met, setting the stage for construction of a 219-unit development that gained approval early this year.
Developers of a two-building complex approved in the center of downtown will move forward on one building as they try to resolve issues with Amtrak on the second.
Fencing surrounds three East Cherry Street buildings that could be demolished as early as next week.
Work could begin as early as next week on the site of the former Elizabethtown Gas building, where an affordable housing development geared toward artists is planned.
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.