I wonder why Auburn felt the need to create an offshoot called Silver Lake Developments to be the developer of this project? Maybe we'll get a higher end development than other Auburn projects. Probably not, but it would be nice
I still maintain my stance that I'd rather see nothing happen here than to see a bunch of stucco slabs go up that will pollute our skyline for decades to come. It does seem like Auburn has a slightly grander vision for the development but I will believe it when I see it.
It's nice that they're building a "central park" (Can they really call it that?) running through the middle of the development and linking it to uptown. I'm also glad that they'll be burying all the hydro lines, that will certainly improve the aesthetics of the area. Still, I'm leery, very leery.