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Old Posted Jun 16, 2015, 7:05 PM
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Some details of the plan have been revised, per J.K. Dineen:

The plan now calls for one 614,000-square-foot office building consisting of two towers at Fifth and Howard streets, a 400-unit, 470-foot tall condo tower at Fifth and Minna streets, and the rental apartment building on Mission Street between Fifth and Sixth streets.
The developers hope to win final approvals in November and start construction about a year after that.
Other details:
  • Will build an 83-unit, low-income senior housing project on an 8,800-square-foot empty lot at 967 Mission St.
  • Will contribute $18 million toward a 103-unit affordable family complex planned for Taylor and Eddy streets.
  • 20 percent of a 288-unit apartment building on the development site would be set aside for families making 50 percent of area median income.
  • The new plan increases open space from 12,000 square feet to 26,000 square feet, made possible by the elimination of a 226,000-square-foot office building (N2).
  • The height of the office tower (H1) is lowered from 435' to 390'.
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