Two projects, both with plans to build upward along Albert Avenue in downtown East Lansing, are slated for discussion on July 20.
According to excerpts from the article:
The first development is an eight-story building planned for the area
near Grove and Ann streets. A rental home and one other building could
be demolished to make way for the high-rise structure, which is planned
to house restaurants on the first level and 42 apartments on the other
floors. Construction could begin in May 2011 if Cron Management
developer, can acquire the necessary funding. According to city
documents, the structure is slated to be about 8,013 square feet.
The other downtown development could be completed in two phases. The
area where The Post Bar
is, 213 Ann St., could be expanded to three
stories and used for restaurants or businesses. Kris Elliot, who also
owns The Post, is spearheading the project.
plan also eliminates the buildings at 215-217 Ann St. to allow for a
separate, four-story structure. That building is planned to contain two
floors of retail space and two floors of lofts. Construction could
begin this summer. The project is 6,436 square feet, according to city
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