Midtownkid wrote:New, larger residential projects should be concentrated on Broadway, Main Street, and Linwood. Empty lots and post-WWII building sites should be prioritized first. Maybe provide incentives for replacing empty lots and surface parking with new buildings.
Any time a historic building is going to be demolished for a project, save the historic facade and incorporate it into the project. That should keep both sides happier. Seemed to work on the east coast.
It wont, they are gearing up to fight the new apartments going in on Main street right now, I know this for sure. They will fight anything that adds density and harms parking.