(Updated 1/6/21) A brick parking garage at 101 Duke Street, planted squarely in the heart of Old Town, could be redeveloped into six new townhouses.
At a Board of Architectural Review meeting scheduled for Thursday, Jan. 21, a development proposal by Cummings Investment Associates Inc. is docketed for a concept review.
“The redevelopment will demolish the existing parking garage and replace with six [townhouse] units,” the application said.
The application says the new townhouses would have home offices, a garage, and a rec-room on the first floor with a living area on the second floor and bedrooms and bathrooms on the third and fourth floor.
Each unit would also have a two-car garage attached via central alleyway.
Rendering via Eleventh Street Development
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