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Old Posted Dec 8, 2015, 5:36 PM
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STATE COLLEGE, PA l Rise l 140 FT l 12 FLOORS

http://www.centredaily.com/news/loca...e48560380.html

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DECEMBER 8, 2015

Developer seeks permit for collegiate overlay project


The “Rise” is a proposed mixed-use project that will be located at the intersection of East College Avenue and High Street. This is the first proposed development in the collegiate housing overlay district. State College borough Photo provided

BY JEREMY HARTLEY
jhartley@centredaily.com

STATE COLLEGE

Borough Council is considering a conditional use permit following a presentation proposing a development in the collegiate housing overlay district.

Currently dubbed the “Rise,” the 12-story development seeks to provide commercial and residential space along the southwest corner of the intersection of East College Avenue and High Street. The development would overtake the two properties located at 532 and 538 E. College Ave. — The Colony Apartments and Kildare’s Irish Pub respectively.

Chicago-based developers CA Ventures submitted the application to request a conditional use permit, senior planner Anne Messner said. The proposal meets overlay conditions, which allow for a maximum building height of 124 feet.

Conditions include its location within the 500 block of East College Avenue, no ground-floor residential use and minimum lot area, she said.

The first two floors will be non-residential use, Messner said, with the remaining floors as residential. Professional and graduate residents are anticipated as the occupants of the first two floors of residential, with multifamily housing for students and inclusionary housing units as the remainder.

According to CA documents, the project would host 182 units with a total of 616 beds.

Inclusionary housing and a sculpted roof allow for an additional 10 feet of building height each, she said, adding an additional floor and a parapet wall and bringing the overall proposed building height to 140 feet. Eighteen units would be set aside as inclusionary housing.

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http://www.statecollegepa.us/AgendaC.../11192015-1004
     
     
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Old Posted Dec 8, 2015, 6:38 PM
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I love that State College is getting more height. Keep them coming
     
     
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Old Posted Dec 9, 2015, 1:35 PM
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I love that State College is getting more height. Keep them coming
Density too... my dream is no more surface parking lots, on and off campus.
     
     
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New proposal in State College - thought I would post here since this is the only semi-active State College thread.

On the corner of High Street and College Avenue. It is going on the lot currently occupied by Kildare's which was recently sold to the developer after a zoning change on the lot.

12 floors, ground floor retail, and a pretty slick design.







Hopefully this will add a little life to that end of town which tends to be pretty bleak. At the very least it will provide a better gateway into town coming from the west.

More details: http://www.statecollegepa.us/AgendaC.../11192015-1004
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CA Ventures, Liberty Mutual Begin Construction on Mixed-Use Development Near Penn State

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CA Student Living, the student housing division of CA Ventures, and Liberty Mutual have commenced construction on RISE at State College, a grocery-anchored mixed-use development located near the Penn State University campus in State College.

When complete, the development will feature a mix of retail and amenity space on the first and second levels, graduate housing and professional residences on floors three and four and student housing on levels five through 12. The residential component of the property will deliver 575 beds, and will offer a mix of studio, one-, two-, three-, four- and five-bedroom units with bed-to-bath parity.
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Via Rise at State College's FB page, March 2018:

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