HDRC on Wednesday granted development firm NRP Group final approval for a five-story mixed-use apartment building on lower Broadway Street.
Bank of America is the first enterprise to sign a lease with Silver Ventures for office space in a six-story tower under construction at the Pearl.
Organizations assigned a parking spot each used their space to show what their vision for McCullough Avenue.
Among the projects approved Wednesday was NRP Group’s five-story mixed-use structure at Broadway Street and East Jones Avenue.
Developers hoping to build a multi-story, mixed-use tower on lower Broadway hit a bump in the road Wednesday when HDRC did not recommend rezoning the lot.
Developers plan to make the tiny house’s lot on lower Broadway the site of a multistory building, according to design renderings.
The Oak Park/Northwood Neighborhood Association has not yet taken a position on the proposed project, which would require rezoning.
After a more than seven-month hiatus, Press Coffee this summer plans to revive its business about three miles northeast of its original location.
Earl Abel’s recently relocated from its former digs on Austin Highway back to a Broadway address after a 12-year absence from the street – this time near the Pearl.
At age 70, Cappy runs his namesake Cappy’s Restaurant with wife Suzy and son Trevor, who also oversee operations at Cappycino’s and La Fonda on Main.