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New Five-Story Apartment Building Proposed on Grant Avenue

Walker Evans Walker Evans New Five-Story Apartment Building Proposed on Grant AvenueRendering via Pizzuti - Design by Lupton Rausch Architecture + Interior Design.
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Next week, the Downtown Commission will review the latest proposal for new apartments in Downtown’s Discovery District. Representatives with local developer Pizzuti have submitted plans to convert a surface parking lot at the northeast corner of Oak Street and Grant Avenue into a five-story mixed-use apartment building.

If constructed as planned, the new building at 56 Grant Ave. would contain 145 market-rate apartment units, a 106-space parking garage and 6,000 square feet of ground floor retail space facing Grant.

Additional amenities shown in the renderings revenue a third-floor rooftop garden space and an interior courtyard rooftop with a pool.

The building would sit in between the Seneca Apartments to the north and Grant Oak Apartments to the south. A plan – also from Pizutti – to renovate four of the existing Grant Oak buildings while replacing three of them with a new, five-story building was approved by the commission in January.

The Downtown Commission will meet on Tuesday, May 28 at 8:30 a.m. and will discuss the Grant Avenue proposal for its first round of conceptual review.

All renderings via Pizzuti – Design by Lupton Rausch Architecture + Interior Design.

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