A developer, Mictra Development, LLC,  is asking the MPB to consider changing the designation of a lot in Park Lake Highland from Downtown Activity Center to Residential High Intensity, to allow for a 10-unit townhome development on a vacant 0.33 acre site at 110 and 114 E. Marks Street [GMap].

In the Marks Street Townhomes paperwork, the applicant describes the project as, “modern forms intermingled with warm traditional materials … the Urban Brownstone concept that has been created for this site provides intimacy and scale.”

The buildings would be four stories high, and project plans propose a single entry drive with access to private garages.

The surrounding land use is currently commercial.

This project is currently scheduled for a public hearing at the Municipal Planning Board on September 20, 2016.






Brendan O'Connor

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  1. Ya think this has anything to do with the City’s hurry to get the Virginia Dr. study and plan in place by December?