By Jaimie Julia Winters firstname.lastname@example.orgWhile many expected Monday night’s Lackawanna development hearing to hit on some new design elements on the historic former train station, with even the developer’s attorney opening up the evening ticking...
The Pine Street Historic District contains a blend of early-19th-century brick apartment buildings, multiple one- and two-family houses in disrepair, and residents who include the working poor and people on the skids of society.
More parking options may be offered to relieve parking woes in the Third Ward being caused by the Seymour Street Redevelopment Project.
In response to a recent increase in home demolitions, the planning board is investigating bringing back a no-knock down ordinance.
An application for “Lloyd Estate,” a massive compound proposed for two properties on Undercliff and Lloyd roads, was filed with the planning department on Tuesday.
Lackawanna Plaza developers presented a parking plan to the planning board Monday night proposing a total of 457 spots for the retail and housing development, rather than the 817 spots required, relying on the closeness of mass transit and a shared-parking strategy plan.
The Historic Preservation Commission voted Monday night to amend a resolution reiterating its recommendations that the train sheds at Lackawanna Plaza be saved.
Seymour Street apartment complex residents are lamenting the loss of their neighborhood parking lot since it closed last week due to the construction of the development project near the Wellmont Theater.
New plans for Lackawanna Plaza include a larger supermarket and more repurposing of the train platform columns, but less parking.