Tear it down, ask for a FOUR STORY BUILDING in it’s place.
Gerald Leigh had proposed a larger four-story building
that included 14 residential units, two workforce housing units and 32 parking spaces, but withdrew the proposal after citizen complaints. He resubmitted plans for a smaller three-story building minus the affordable housing element and with only 10 market-rate residences and 20 parking spaces.
Stupid things Moe says
“Since the chamber recruited the developer and worked so
hard to gain its approval, [the city’s OK of the project] is the
highlight of my 25-year career at the chamber,” Ammar said.
Red’s Station Gets No Love
Quickly backs out over a complaint. Are they using that complaint to reduce the mass of building by removing those pesky affordable apartments?
Gerald Leigh Properties had proposed tearing down the decrepit 3,472-square-foot building at 522 Lighthouse Ave. and building a four-story, 43,912-square-foot structure with 14 market-rate townhomes, workforce townhomes, retail shops, a restaurant and an underground parking garage with 32 spaces.
“Our suspicions are that the applicant is going to go back to his original proposal” which does not contain any affordable townhomes, Brodeur said.
Gerald Leigh Properties Wants To Cancel Mega Building