Two High Rise Apartment Complexes in Downtown Lincoln Receive City Council Nod | Local government
Gold’s construction plan includes the creation of approximately 180 apartments which would be primarily one-bedroom units.
Two high-rise apartment projects in downtown Lincoln about to go ahead
The first floor of the building would be for commercial use, the basement would be converted into self-storage for residents or businesses in the building, and there would be rooftop facilities for residents.
The developer, a Kansas City real estate group, is seeking historic tax credits to add the necessary windows to the building.
There are also plans to raze a vacant building next door at 1023 O St. to create a small park or open space for residents.
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The developer would resume use of the footbridge, leading to the parking lot in the old Centum parking lot with around 220 spaces reserved for residents.
The project also includes plans to demolish the old building at 233 S. 10th St. that once housed the Lincoln Police Department to make way for a bus transfer station. Buses currently stop on the east side of the Gold’s Building.
Board member Jane Raybould noted that while these projects do not include affordable housing, the additional funding used will make a significant contribution to a fund that provides $ 400,000 each two-year budget cycle for affordable housing.
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