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A tower of approximately 20 stories will be built on 1.44 acres at 915 Division St. where a Premier Parking lot currently resides. A water and sewer permit shows that it will include 472 residential u

Twenty stories is what we are guessing guys. Due to the number of units and the size of the lot we figure it will have to be around that height and they will have to get bonus height to do this. I hav

My condo looks directly onto this lot and 909 Division.  If anyone wants a quick update on activity, send me a note.

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31 minutes ago, MLBrumby said:

Wasn't there a massing diagram posted on one of the threads several months back? Maybe around the time the land was sold last?

Not on this property. Market Street has owned this for some time. This was supposed to be one of the last parcels they were going to develop according to what I had heard a while back. Goes to show how quickly minds can change. 

I think someone is making them an offer they cant refuse.

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39 minutes ago, MLBrumby said:

Wasn't there a massing diagram posted on one of the threads several months back? Maybe around the time the land was sold last 



You can see the massing for this building as a white box next to 909 Division.

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