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10th & Lea, 1 or 2 towers, 350,000 sq. ft. office, 400 residential units

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8 minutes ago, Luvemtall said:

Shh.....we all need to be quiet. If Mayor Cooper hears about this ... you know he's with them save our parking lots crowd.

Hey now, you can’t have a carnival if there’s no where to park. 

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Don't have my readers as I try to see that diagram... 400 units!? So what does 355 net mean? Does it say anywhere what the height will be.

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I tried enlarging the diagrams, etc. here. It is indeed, 400 residential units, although handwritten scrawl says 355 net units.  Not sure what that means.

Also, it kinda-sorta appears that they are going to retain the existing 2 story, 33,500 sq. ft. 1926-era brick building on the NW corner of the lot.  Let's hope so.   : )


10th & Lea, Feb 4, 2020, diagram 1.png

10th & Lea, Feb 4, 2020, diagram 2.png

10th & Lea, Feb 4, 2020, water permit 1.png

10th & Lea, Feb 4, 2020, water permit 2.png

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26 minutes ago, MLBrumby said:

Don't have my readers as I try to see that diagram... 400 units!? So what does 355 net mean? Does it say anywhere what the height will be.

I have to use my readers , then increase the magnification on the computer screen by about 5 times to see this stuff. I also have a 21 inch monitor, so my eyesight is getting worse the older I get. Getting harder and harder to read these Metro Docs.

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