The Planning Commission will discuss both matters on Sept. 9, and will review plans to convert The Strand Parking garage (101 Duke Street) to a series of townhouses.
According to the application:
The applicant proposes demolition of the current structure and the development and construction of six townhouses, each with a two-car garage.
Given that the project will be increasing the overall floor-area ratio, the project requires approval of a special use permit.
The three-level-garage was originally build in 1945 and has 72 spaces.
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