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Old Posted Jun 19, 2014, 2:36 AM
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Originally Posted by Hayward View Post
A project I'd like to see come back from the dead is the Glen-Ann proposal from 2004.
Unfortunately, it looks like it's going to stay buried inside a little coffin. On the positive side, the site probably won't be vacant for too much longer.

Glen Ann Place: This half-acre site on Glen Avenue between Catherine and Ann streets still sits empty, 10 years after Ann Arbor City Council approved Joseph Freed & Associates’ plan to build a nine-story apartment building with lower level commercial space. Tax foreclosure notices were staked into the site in fall 2013 after the Glen Ann Place site plan expired. Back taxes were paid and city property records show Freed no longer owns the property, a signal that development could follow. Catherine Ann Development Company LLC purchased the site in March for $2.5 million. The entity is registered to Craig Singer, who is part of a group of Oakland County-based investors that own several developments in Washtenaw County, including the Oak Valley Centre anchored by Target and the 192-unit apartment project being constructed behind the shopping center.
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