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110 Markley Street: 24 unit condominium

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Looks very Park Ave and less warehouse district, especially to sit adjacent to an abandoned warehouse and train tracks. However I like the addition of condos to this area.

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I like the overall plan, but just get rid of the carports.

 

The current building I don't think has a lot of potential given its size and elevation. 

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To be clear, this is for the site of the building to the left of The Stadium Apartments and to the right of the building shown in the photo of the Phase I in the link above.

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To be clear, this is for the site of the building to the left of The Stadium Apartments and to the right of the building shown in the photo of the Phase I in the link above.

Speaking of that, is the Stadium Apartments dead?

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Normally I say keep the old historic buildings. But, that is an ugly building. Tear it down. 

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Going off the staff comments, the chances of this getting approved by the DRB appear slim to none.

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I can understand why they said no. I did like it but not there. There needs to be something of the warehouse/industrial design in that location. There are plenty of other places for that kind of design.

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Wasn't sure what the fate of the project was, but there's now a rendering posted on the face of the warehouse to be demolished. The condo market is certainly trying to make a come back

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This one has a new sign out front and a website. It would be pretty awesome to see this and Perimeter under construction simultaneously. 

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According to the Upstate Business Journal, 6 units have been reserved.

 

I would suspect that once 12 units are reserved, construction could begin. 

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