Mayor Nutter Breaks Ground Redevelopment Of Historic

mayor nutter breaks ground redevelopment of historic

mayor nutter breaks ground redevelopment of historic

Mayor Michael A. Nutter broke ground on a $44 million redevelopment of the historic Divine Lorraine Hotel, which will be transformed into more than 100 residential units and retail space ...

mayor nutter breaks ground on redevelopment of historic divine lorraine hotel September 18, 2015 / in Archives / by PIDCphila Mayor Michael A. Nutter broke ground on a $44 million redevelopment of the historic Divine Lorraine Hotel, which will be transformed into more than 100 residential units and retail space, including a restaurant, on the ground level.

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GREENSBORO'S HISTORIC PRINTWORKS MILL REDEVELOPMENT BREAKS GROUND. One of the few remaining sizeable, historic sites in Greensboro.

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania’s Mayor Michael A. Nutter broke ground on a $44 million redevelopment of the historic Divine Lorraine Hotel, which will be transformed into more than 100 residential units and retail space, including a restaurant, on the ground level.

In 1991, in recognition of the site’s status as a DC historic site and a national landmark, all 93 acres became known as the McMillan Park Reservoir Historic District. The McMillan redevelopment is part of Mayor Bowser’s efforts to advance long-awaited, major projects in the District.

(Washington, DC) - Mayor Adrian M. Fenty today joined Deputy Mayor of Planning and Economic Development (DMPED) Valarie Santos, developers and community leaders for a ceremonial groundbreaking on the redevelopment of 3813/3815 Georgia Avenue, NW, in the Petworth area.

Mayor @Michael_Nutter stylin' & profilin before he breaks ground on #EastMarket pic.twitter.com/3R8MmUEiuh— Jonathan Todd (@JT_MayorsOffice) October 2, 2014 The ...

Mayor Fischer joined Councilwoman Marianne Butler to break ground on Bywater Development Group’s rehabilitation of the former Jacob School buildings in south Louisville. The comprehensive, historic redevelopment will create 58 affordable senior apartments.

Mayor Martin J. Walsh, Boston Housing Authority Administrator Bill McGonagle, Beacon Communities LLC, and community residents broke ground today for the third phase of redevelopment of the Anne M. Lynch Homes at Old Colony.

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