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A 15 story, 345 unit residential tower with 2 retail slots on the ground floor is being planned for 1805 Church St. (SE corner of Church and 19th Ave. North) by Ascend Real Estate Group out of Chicago

Can’t wait. Church Street is in sore need of some development and streetscape improvement. Hopefully Planning pushes for improvements in return for increased density.    As for the proposed gro

Nice density. And (almost) anything that wipes out an Advance Financial from our cityscape is welcome. Looking forward to renderings. I'm sad for the Royal Thai folks, though. They consolidated f

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