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Thursday, April 24, 2008

Bates Project Clipped

A twelve story tower planned for the western end of the downtown has been shortened to 7 stories. The Bates Project was originally to break ground in the spring last year, but never did. The original renderings showed a low base with a slender tower. The new rendering available from Mushroom Development now shows a much squatter building. The seven story building will still include 129 "loft style" residential units. There is no mention of including retail space, though the original tower was to have up to 8 units.


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