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Old Posted Aug 16, 2013, 6:13 AM
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The Village Apartments near Rice Village has seen its last days. It — and the Garden Gate Nursery property – are being demolished for a 12-story apartment building.

Hanover Co. bought the properties and is developing the project. The company recently built a 380-unit complex nearby at 2455 Dunstan called Hanover Rice Village. The average-size unit — 970 square feet — rents for more than $2,300 per month.

Units in the new building will average around 1,400 square feet, Hanover’s David Ott Jr. said earlier this year.

“It generally will be geared toward the more mature renter coming out of large homes in the neighborhood. We’ve seen great demand from residents of Southampton wanting to sell their homes and stay in the area as a renter,” he said.




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That's really nice, I like it even though its short.
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Excellent location. Easy walk to the rest of the Rice Village. Part I, a midrise, is now open with a ton of eateries on the first floor. Love how they made wide patios/sidewalks on the Morningside St. side. Reminds me a bit of the sidewalk scene's in my old stomping grounds in Boston. Haven't tried the Italian/Pizza joint, but it's been crowded on my nightly walks.
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Excellent location. Easy walk to the rest of the Rice Village. Part I, a midrise, is now open with a ton of eateries on the first floor. Love how they made wide patios/sidewalks on the Morningside St. side. Reminds me a bit of the sidewalk scene's in my old stomping grounds in Boston. Haven't tried the Italian/Pizza joint, but it's been crowded on my nightly walks.
It has always been tough to find parking in that neighborhood, though. I don't expect the traffic to be any easier to move around in.
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1/17 by Bobruss, crane will go up on the 27th.

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I'll be in town that weekend, so it's time to check it out.
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I think that crane is now completely up.
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