Archive for “Lehigh Cement”
City council tonight, at their last meeting of the summer, approved rezonign for Union Hill, adopted the final amendments to the Downtown Master Plan, and agreed to purchase the Lehigh Cement property on Dock Street.
The agenda for the July 27 City Council meeting (PDF) has a number of items of local significance, including Union Hill rezoning, additional space for the Peter Paul Development Center, the acquisition of land from Lehigh Cement Company, and perhaps the final amendments to the Downtown Master Plan.
The City Planning Commission at their bi-weekly meeting today unanimously approved Ordinance 2009-135 (PDF) which seeks to rezone the bulk of Union Hill to R-63 Multifamily Urban Residential and UB Urban Business. The Commission also voted unanimously in support of Ordinance 2009-153 to authorize the aquisition of the Lehigh Cement property at 3111 Water Street […]
The battle over Richmond Intermediate Terminal continues afresh. A new partnership between the proposed developer of Echo Harbor George T. Ross and restaurateur Michael Ripp offers “a joint project that would include moving Dock Street to allow the shifting of the condominium towers out of the view from Libby Hill Park and expanding public access […]