Von der Worth first proposed his project in June 2005, and it was the subject of more than a half-dozen study sessions and multiple hearings before the commission’s approval. The approved project was a mixed residential and commercial development comprised of a 14,276 square foot building of 9 attached, single-family residential units with a 12,217 sq. ft. parking garage below and a separate two-story 4,948 square foot commercial building.
Deibel’s new application is for 9 attached single-family townhouse-style residential units totaling 23,502 square feet built as two buildings with 11,962 sq. ft. of parking incorporated at the rear first floor of the buildings, and a separate two-story 3,000 square foot commercial building with a separate parking lot.
Click here for more info on the project. The hearing will be streamed live and archived on the city’s website here.
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