Ann Arbor Area Community News
Liberty Lofts opens for move-in. Looks like ten units are currently available via the multiple listings and at least one unit is for sale by owner (at $16,000 less than he paid).
The News confirms a report that an environmentally-friendly building has been proposed for the tiny corner lot on Ashley and Washington. This eight-story building would have six condos, retail and commercial space, and a small underground parking area. Is this the only building proposed downtown with any environmentally-friendly components? This proposal includes geothermal and solar heating, energy-generating wind turbines, stormwater capture, and green roofs.
Tower Plaza is going turquoise. Renovations to the south side of the building are decidedly colorful.
Broadway Village remains in limbo.
Another floor is being added the Fourth and William parking structure, which should provide 125 more parking spaces downtown by May.
The Polhemus house is getting ready to move. The move date
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