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Old Posted Oct 10, 2020, 2:50 AM
MichaelB MichaelB is online now
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If the developers weren't so greedy they could have their tower and keep the historical part of the property. The rear and side have lots of room...... plenty relative to properties being built : Hyatt centric comes to mind. This truly just needs the right "will". Also the folks who run the organization went after historical zoning when they saw it as a benefit. THEY ASKED FOR IT!@@@@ !!!!! You CAN HAVE IT BOTH WAYS!!! They knew ( or at least wanted to take advantage of historical designation. Sorry Sis , you KNEW the value of this building! And the white cat needs food.
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Old Posted Oct 10, 2020, 1:38 PM
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I think Option 2 is a great compromise, although the 'retail' space would be pretty difficult to lease. Option 1 is still an improvement over the original proposal as well.
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