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With the streetscape improvements and activity brought by the Horseshoe Casino, were starting to see activity with some of the abandoned buildings. This is in the 500 block of E 12th Street:
By some miracle, I still wish they've develop something on those gigantic, ugly parking lots across from Diner on Sycamore.
The first phase of Broadway Square, which received $10.2 million in new markets tax credits in September, will include 40,000 square feet of residential space — 26 one-bedroom and 13 two-bedroom units — and about 11,000 square feet of retail space. At least 39 apartments will be included in the second phase, Maly said.
Random question, but does that sunflower lot still exist? I haven't been over there in quite some time and always thought that was a great use of a vacant property.
Quote from: TheHemroid on August 14, 2013, 02:35:33 PMBy some miracle, I still wish they've develop something on those gigantic, ugly parking lots across from Diner on Sycamore.Those things are hideous. They're always parked to capacity during business days though, so I'm sure it would take a pile of cash to get whomever owns them to sell. In a perfect world, a good size mixed use development would do wonders in connecting Pendleton to the rest of OTR. If Old Woodward ever does end up becoming a Marriott boutique, I can't imagine they'd be content with that mess as a front yard.