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Old Posted Mar 23, 2022, 2:58 AM
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Queen and Chestnut streets high-rise
After the city’s Historical Commission unanimously approved a third version from Berger Rental Communities’ of its 202 N. Queen high-rise, the developer has since tweaked the plan again.

The 202 N. Queen plan now calls for a 12-story building with 142 luxury apartments and various amenities, said Berger’s director of marketing, Brian Miller. The $35 million building will also have a 2,800-square-foot retail space at the corner of North Queen and Chestnut streets, Miller said.

That’s more units than presented to the Historical Commission in August, when Berger Rental proposed a 12-story building with 126 units. An original proposal called for 16 stories, but the developer scaled down the proposal following the rising costs to build during the pandemic.

Berger hopes to begin construction in the fall and open by spring 2024.
This one was definitely downsized to 12 stories but sounds like it's a go now since they are hoping to begin construction in the Fall.
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