This is what a real developer does: comes up with a plan, secures financing, tests the market through pre-sales, gets all of the permits and variances in order, arranges contractors, and then finally prepares the building site (including demolition if necessary).
Work starting at corner of Walnut and Young
Ground is broken on The Corktowns, a new building at the northeast Corner of Young and Walnut Streets. They demolished the old building, a one-story house converted into a convenience store, to build a row of seven three-storey townhomes with parking in back.
Rendering of The Corktowns
It's good intensification created by good business. I'm happy they proved my early pessimism wrong.
Old building at Young and Walnut (Image Credit: Google Street View)
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