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Frozen in time, Hull townhouses sold at auction for just £271,500

Two neighboring frozen-in-time Georgian townhouses in Hull have sold for £271,500. The houses on Grimston Street and Jarratt Street are among the oldest residential properties in the town centre. Dating back to 1796, most parts of both have been largely intact for more than 50 years since their last change of hands. For the latest […]

Petaluma County of Sonoma COTS Announces Completion of Peoples Village Project Phase One | Press releases | County Administrator’s Office

Petaluma, California – February 18, 2022 – The City of Petaluma, in partnership with Sonoma County and the Committee on Homelessness (COTS), today announced the completion of the first phase of People’s Village, an interim housing pilot program that will provide 25 shelters individuals to our most vulnerable community. homeless members. The People’s Village is […]

Community Maritime Park Apartment Retail Proposal Wins First Approval

A proposed $110 million apartment and retail development for Community Maritime Park cleared his first hurdle Thursday with a 5-2 endorsement from the Pensacola City Council. Inspired Communities of Florida proposes to build a $110 million development on two parcels open to the maritime park which will bring up to 600 apartments, a 900-space parking […]

The village of Westhampton is looking to restore an 1870s windmill on a large lawn

WESTHAMPTON BEACH, NY – A storied windmill in Westhampton Beach is ready for its next chapter. According to Westhampton Village Beach Mayor Maria Moore, plans have been discussed to move the windmill, now located at 89 Seafield Lane, to the Great Lawn, where it will be restored. The premises’ previous address was 15 Sunswyck Lane, […]

Alameda approves development of 589 waterfront homes

ALAMEDA – A mixed-use waterfront community with 589 apartments and townhouses has received final approval from City Council. The site along the Oakland Estuary, known as Encinal Terminals, sat vacant for 12 years. The developer, Tim Lewis Communities, intends to create commercial space, as well as a public kayak launch, river shuttle landing and marina, […]

Battle lines drawn on controversial townhouse plan

EDISON — Battle lines are being drawn as a new set of plans to build 23 townhouses on the former site of Charlie Brown’s restaurant on Plainfield Road are set to be presented to the township’s zoning board next month. Leading members of the ‘No Charlie Brown’s Townhouse’ Facebook group – Lori Jordan, Sandeep Ramakrishna […]

Letter to the editor: The sale hurt Breckenridge

So many tourists and why? Is Vail Resorts taking advantage of the city’s inability to restrict the sale of its passes? Absoutely. Or is it on top of the fact that Breckenridge City Council is full of vested interests: restaurateurs, short-term rental owners, shop owners and commercial real estate players? When you look at the […]

$27M renovation of downtown Erie apartment building

Josh Cohen is heading to Erie to celebrate the launch of the extensive, multi-million dollar renovation of the downtown Richford Arms apartment complex. Cohen, the development president of the Boston-based apartment complex owner, Flagship communities, will be joined by Erie Mayor Joe Schamber, representatives from Erie Insurance and other local officials on Monday afternoon to […]

Country Club Manor apartment project spurs zoning change – Rochester Minnesota news, weather, sports

ROCHESTER – A zoning change to make way for a 72-unit apartment building project on the southern outskirts of Country Club Manor received unanimous council approval, but also a nod to neighbors’ concerns. “It’s a life changing situation for the people who live nearby,” Rochester City Council member Mark Bransford said Monday. As a council […]

Development of apartments temporarily interrupted in Pascagoula

PASCAGOULA, Mississippi (WLOX) – In a town hall meeting on Tuesday night, Pascagoula city council voted a 180-day moratorium that will temporarily halt new development on all apartment-type housing. City leaders have said Pascagoula is home to more apartment complexes than any of its surrounding areas, but this poses concern about the potential for oversaturation. […]

Village at the Peaks refinancing will save Longmont $ 175.00 per year – Longmont Times-Call

Longmont is expected to save an average of about $ 175,000 per year from 2023 to 2037, after council members voted unanimously Tuesday night to refinance the certificates of participation the town was using to help develop the Village at the Peaks. The $ 90 million redevelopment of the former Twin Peaks Mall property at […]

Petaluma secures $ 750,000 in county funding for small family village

Supervisors in Sonoma County agreed this week to contribute $ 750,000 to the effort of the small family village of Petaluma, marking an important milestone in funding the fledgling housing project to serve the city’s homeless population. County leaders awarded $ 2 million on Tuesday for homelessness projects in Petaluma, Santa Rosa, Sebastopol, Sonoma and […]

developer withdraws application to build 55+ community in rural village of Rocks | New

HAVERHILL – The lawyer for a developer who was looking to build a 55-plus subdivision in the rural village of Rocks has withdrawn his application for a special permit. A public hearing that was scheduled for the Dec. 7 council meeting has been called off, however, city council is expected to vote on the withdrawal […]

New Braunfels City Council Leads Way for Hotel-to-Apartment Conversion Project | Community alert

A plan to convert a hotel to studios for long-term occupancy is one more step towards reality after New Braunfels city council members voted 6-0 on Monday to give initial approval to a request for dezoning and special use permit allowing a California-based investment group to reallocate more units on the property than required by […]

Tupper Lake Village Council Sets Date for Cannabis Hearing | News, Sports, Jobs

Cannabis bud (Photo provided via Wikimedia Commons) TUPPER LAKE – The village council has scheduled a public hearing on its intention not to allow cannabis sales before its annual village organizing meeting on December 6 at 6:15 p.m. The board plans not to allow cannabis dispensaries and on-site consumption licenses for village businesses – at […]

ZAP says MF-2 is too dense for Menchaca, a Project Connect corridor

Monday 22 November 2021 by Jonathan Lee On Tuesday, the Zoning and Platting Commission rejected low density multi-family (MF-2) zoning for three properties along Menchaca Road, despite objections from some commissioners who argued for higher density on a planned corridor for the Connect project investment. “When I look at the surrounding uses, I don’t really […]

Double parking violence; Franken versus Gillibrand; Post-pandemic architecture

Posted on November 8, 2021 at 9:57 am by Carol Tannenhauser All smiles after the Marathon. Photo by Jeff French Segall. November 8, 2021 Weather: Sunny, with a maximum of 62 degrees. Opinion :Our calendar has lots of local events! New:Apparent conflict over double parking led to hit-and-run on West 89th Street on Friday, ABC7ny […]

Beacon Planning Table Overview – The Highland Current

Public hearings and debate on the green lane on the agenda A A handful of public hearings will be on the Beacon Planning Board’s agenda on Tuesday (November 9). 364 Main Street A hearing on a proposal to build a three-story residential and commercial building will focus on the potential environmental impacts of the project, […]

MAPC revises 12-acre apartment plan | New

JONESBORO – Planning Commissioners will review plans for a 12-acre apartment community in the new Southern Hills development off Southwest Drive on Tuesday. The Metro Planning Commission and City Council have already approved zoning for the 118-acre Southern Hills development at 3506 Southwest Drive. It is a planned mixed-use development. The general plans provide for […]

Apartment developer pays $ 10 million for RiNo industrial site

Mrs. Condi’s salad company. (photo by Thomas Gounley) An Austin-based multi-family business bought a site at Denargo Market, while appearing to have potentially lost interest in redeveloping a property it already owns in Baker. Cypress Real Estate Advisors, acting as DM6 Land LLC, purchased the 1.49 acre land at 3225 Denargo St. on Oct. 1 […]

Loveland council votes again to facilitate South Village development – Loveland Reporter-Herald

Loveland City Council voted 5-3 on Tuesday to facilitate residential and commercial development at the southeast corner of US 287 and Colorado 402. Their vote formalized changes to a previously approved land use plan and annexation agreement for the site, as well as exceptions to city rules governing oil and gas well setbacks. Most of […]

City approves apartment complex | New

City councilors have approved a zoning change that will allow for the construction of an apartment complex at the northeast corner of Blue Starr Drive and Sioux Avenue. The motion passed 6 to 1 with Ward II Councilor Brian Callender dissenting and two people absent for the regular city council meeting on Monday. Callendar told […]

Jersey Village elected officials vote against Texas House redistribution map

The proposed map divides Jersey Village between House Districts 138 and 148. (Screen capture courtesy of Texas House) Jersey Village Mayor Bobby Warren testified before the Texas House Committee on Redistricting on October 4, opposing the House redistricting map proposal released on September 30. Redistribution is the process of redrawing the boundaries of representation in […]

Yaphank Boulevard gets city approval for more residential units

A whole new townhouse community could arrive at the 322-acre Boulevard mixed-use complex in Yaphank that has been under construction for seven years. On September 30, the town of Brookhaven approved an application from AVR Realty Co., the developer of the boulevard, to change the covenants in its planned development district. With the amendment, AVR […]

Prairie Village, KS plans to ban conversion therapy

Only a few cities in Missouri and Kansas have banned conversion therapy. Jeff Roberson Photo associated press kit Prairie Village city council will discuss on Monday whether to ban controversial conversion therapy for LGBTQ youth. The council had voted 10-2 to ask city staff to write an ordinance, similar to one passed in neighboring Roeland […]

2 other Redlands apartment projects seek exemptions from the U measure – Redlands Daily Facts

The developer of two proposed downtown apartment projects wants to use exemptions in voter-approved development rules and will take the case to Redlands City Council. On Tuesday, September 28, the planning committee unanimously recommended that council approve the requests. However, the wording has been changed so that the exemption applies to properties on Eureka Street […]

Seniors’ housing proposal would add 44 apartments in South Portland

SOUTH PORTLAND – A Landry Village expansion project would add 44 affordable senior citizen apartments to the city’s tight rental market and significantly reduce the wait list for similar units leased by the South Portland Housing Authority. Landry Woods is a three-story apartment building consisting of one-bedroom units that would be rented out to people […]

St. Charles apartment proposal raises concern for alderman and residents

Aldermen and residents of St. Charles are expressing concerns about the size of a proposed 340-unit apartment community near the east side of town. Continental Properties, based in Wisconsin, wants to build the apartment community on the 27 acres north of Smith Road in Pheasant Trail, known as the Petkus property. The site is in […]

Prairie Village city council extends mask term throughout town

Prairie Village city council on Monday approved the extension of the masks’ mandate throughout the city until the end of October. In approving the measure, the council cited the fact that the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention considers Johnson County an area of ​​high transmission of COVID-19. The council’s decision had the backing […]

East Sacramento Intersection Turns Into Sac State ‘College Village’ – CBS Sacramento

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Stop calling Sacramento State University a suburban school. Student housing on and off campus has added thousands of units in recent years, and now even more are on the way. READ MORE: “Fundamentally undemocratic”: Democratic lawmakers call for recall reform The state of Sacramento has suddenly become the “home sweet home” for […]

Wickersham Review Request Approved – Milford LIVE!

The waivers requested by the developers of Wickersham have been approved by city council. Milford City Council has approved a request from CCM-Koelig, the developers of the proposed Wickersham development for the corner of Johnson Road and the Coastal Highway, to eliminate the back alleys included in the original plan and for a sidewalk exemption […]

Town and Village of Clayton Ban Marijuana Dispensaries, Neighboring Town of Orleans has no plans to follow suit | Jefferson County

CLAYTON – The village decided Monday evening to ban the opening of any marijuana dispensary or consumption parlor within its borders. Since the state legislature passed the Marijuana Regulation and Taxation Act on March 31, officials in towns and cities across the state have debated whether to opt out of the law section. authorizing dispensaries […]

Town planners support new rules for apartments | Nvdaily

The Front Royal Planning Commission on Wednesday approved proposed changes to the rules governing downtown apartments. The commission voted 5-0 on a motion recommending that city council approve changes to Front Royal’s zoning ordinance that change the regulations for using the downtown C-2 business district. The changes concern administrative approval of residential units and permits […]

Huge New Edinburgh Hotel with New Town Approved Restaurant and Courtyard

A new, luxurious 67-room hotel with restaurant and courtyard arrives in Edinburgh New Town. Edinburgh City Council authorized Silvermills Land and Estates to build the new hotel on Monday August 16. The Picardie Place site currently houses a hotel, bar / restaurant and vacant rental apartments occupying two adjoining and extended former townhouses, as well […]

Carlucci finds “deplorable” conditions in Jacksonville apartment complex

JACKSONVILLE, Florida – City Councilor Matt Carlucci was so upset by complaints about conditions at a Jacksonville apartment complex that he went to visit the complex on Wednesday – and he was disturbed by what he found. Carlucci told I-TEAM that living conditions in Hilltop Village apartments in northwest Jacksonville were deplorable. He used his […]

Neighbors worried about density as controversial Brandon Ave apartment plan returns

ROANOKE, Virginia – A controversial apartment project near Brandon Avenue is back on the table. The proposal made headlines in 2017. The application for 54 new apartments and 15 townhouses to be built along Brandon Avenue is back, along with complaints from neighbors. The developer filed the papers back in June. Former council member John […]

New townhouse development proposed for vacant lot in East Guelph

Developer wants to cluster 44 townhouses on Cassino Avenue just east of Victoria Road A vacant lot just east of Victoria Road North could accommodate 44 cluster townhouses. Officially listed as 103-105 Victoria Rd. N., the property currently comprises a large vacant space behind two existing houses at the northeast corner of Victoria Road and […]

The developer plans 316 apartments for Hyattsville; No “affordable” unit planned

Editor’s Note: Route 1 Reporter’s local news coverage is supported by its readers. If you like reporting, please support Route 1 Reporter on Patreon. A developer plans to build a 316-unit mixed-use apartment building in Hyattsville, near the Prince George’s Plaza subway station. The project originates from Perseus TDC, a real estate developer based in […]

Silverthorne pre-approves new apartments and townhouses

The northwest corner of the Wave on the Blue residential property at 700 Blue River Parkway is shown in a render. The townhouse building will have three small storefronts facing the Blue River Parkway.Rendering of BHH Partners Silverthorne City Council approved preliminary plans for the new apartments and townhouses at its meeting on Wednesday, July […]

Mantua council to discuss investigation of village mayor

More than a year after an investigation into the mayor of Mantua, the village council will organize a special meeting this evening to discuss “the investigation of charges or complaints against a public official” in executive session. The village council, which has also seen three council members resign since July 2020, will also appoint a […]

City council and planning commission will meet on town village development

San Ramon City Council is co-hosting a joint session with the City Planning Commission on Tuesday, to discuss the proposed development of the City Village on the current site of Bishop Ranch 6. The 404-unit residential community would be built on 31 acres, just west of Camino Ramon, north of Bollinger Canyon Road, and south […]

Historic Edinburgh townhouse converted to apartments despite concerns

A listed B building is being renovated into apartments despite concerns from Historic Environment Scotland. The B-rated property in Edinburgh’s West End New Town was built between 1866 and 1873 by John Lessels as a townhouse. Now developer Manor Developments Edinburgh LTD wants to restore it back to a residential area after it has been […]

Lewes council to vote on the townhouse project on July 12

A hearing for the Lewes Waterfront Preserve townhouse project on June 22 attracted little public comment, as final approval for the 89-unit subdivision is expected to be presented to the mayor and city council on Monday, July 12. Planned for 34 acres off New Road near the Canary Creek Bridge, the project has been in […]