It is very important that building occur with a lot of oversight. With so many brand new apartment buildings around town, of relatively high pricing, it would behoove the city to slow this project down. It is not clear it is needed with so many other new constructions, not even beginning to be filled yet. Also, preserving the neighborhood, the historic nature of it and the friendly residential (not big apartments) size, should be preserved not drastically changed without much more thought and input from the neighborhood and the neighborhood council and other neighborhoods; dangerous precedent could be set if this project goes forward as currently described.
Thank you for providing a forum for this discussion! Evelyn S. Bloch
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