The proposed project would demolish the existing commercial-retail structure and paved areas on the project site and redevelop the site with a 158-unit housing development. The project proposes 44 market-rate, for-sale townhouses within 10 buildings and two apartment buildings with affordable rental units for seniors (72 units) and families (42 units). A private street would provide internal circulation, connecting Chestnut Street and North N Street. Each apartment building would have a level of below-ground parking in addition to surface spaces. Each townhouse would have a two-car garage. The project also includes landscaping, lighting, and amenities such as publicly accessible open space, a children's play area, community rooms, and an on-site management office.
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