Ann Arbor Area Community News
The State Historic Preservation Review Board has rejected an appeal that would have allowed Glen Ann Place (pictured) to move forward, upholding the Ann Arbor Historic District Commission’s action against that project.
From the Michigan Business Review:
A state-level appeal by the developers of Glen Ann Place was denied Tuesday in a ruling that affirms the decision of the Ann Arbor Historic District Commission to prevent demolition of two houses necessary to make way for the 10-story mixed-use development.
Text of the State Historic Preservation Review Board Decision:
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