Downtown student apartments considered by City

  • In order to make way for the student apartments development, the City would have to approve a change in the zoning of the 10-acre property at the Dec. 7 meeting.
    In order to make way for the student apartments development, the City would have to approve a change in the zoning of the 10-acre property at the Dec. 7 meeting.
In the recent weeks the enthusiastic debate regarding a proposed 298-bed student apartment complex along Hawkins Street and Happy Hollow Road has not diminished, as downtown residents once again…

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