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Last night, the Planning Commission approved three new mixed-use projects for downtown.
William Street Station: Block of William between Fourth and Fifth. 100 low-income units (rentals from $210-$500/month), 45 units of workforce-rate housing (rentals from $700-$900/month for one and two bedroom units), 45 units market-rate housing (~$1200-$1500/month for one and two bedroom units), 11,000 square feet of office space, 5,000 square feet of retail, one AATA bus station large enough to hold 12 busses at a time. One 12 and one 14-story tower with a four-story base.
Kingsley Lane: Corner of West Kingsley and North Ashley. Forty-eight residential market-rate condos with 6 additional “workforce-rate” condos for those making 80% of median. Building is a nine-story tower and a four-story tower with “corrugated metal inserts.”
Metro 202: Corner of Division and Washington. 44 market-rate rental units with retail on the first floor. Nine stories. Will be owned and operated by McKinley in conjunction with their McKinley Towne Centre across Division.
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