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Old Posted Oct 27, 2003, 8:01 AM
Markitect Markitect is offline
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Today's Business Journal reports growing concerns from Brewers Hill residents about a proposal for some new condominum buildings in the neighborhood.

Over the past few years, Tandem Devlopers has created Brewers Hill Commons throughout a few blocks in the neighborhood. Their efforts include converting former factory buildings into lofts, several twonhouse buildings, and even some single-family detached housing--138 units built or under construction as part of the development right now. Tandem's latest proposal is for 217 more units, including a some tall-ish buildings for the neighborhood, in the form of a 6-story and 5-story building (the article judiciously uses the term "towers"), some more low-rise townhouses, and some more signle-family houses.

Residents have expressed concerns about the number of units, size/height of the buildings and their placement on the blocks, as well as parking issues.

Have a read through the article for more information: Brewers Hill residents blunt condos (be sure to scroll all the way down, it's a two-pager)

Also browse through the Brewers Hill Commons website.

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