A one-story building on West Ghoron Street could provide space for a nine-story mixed-use building at a cost of $ 20 million. Attorney Pitter M.
Rosenthal Kooshoian & Lennon currently covers 2,350 square feet. a 19-space building and parking lot where the project is proposed. Cooshmerica LLC bought the property for $ 450,000 in September 2018. It sits at the north end of the block that was aimed for a new convention center.
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The 111-foot-tall building has a façade of both brick and metal panels, giving it a mix of red, gray and blue colors.
Plans should include commercial or retail street level at the base of the new 77,000-square-foot building, as well as 56 affordable homes on floors two through seven. According to them, according to the architect of the project Timothy Ryder, vice president and architectural director of Trautman Associates, the apartments will consist of one and two rooms.
Savora said the 8th floor will house workstations, while on the top floor there is a roof porch and some still “undefined” spaces that can be used as a living room, a common area for tenants or a meeting place for company use. be used legally. .
The plot is located opposite the Curtis Hotel and the new Emerson Hospitality School. Work on the new building could begin next year and take 12 to 16 months to complete.