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Developer rushes to get Downtown project approved before vote on anti-development initiative

196 apartments proposed for a parking lot on Main Street On Tuesday, an unnamed developer filed plans with the city for a mixed use project that would bring 196 apartments and 6,344 square feet of commercial space to a Downtown parking lot across the street from the Regent Theater on Main Street. The lot is owned by parking juggernaut L&R Group; but it's not the ones planning the project.
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