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Developer wants to fill historic Foreman and Clark building with 124 apartments

All market rate Last week, we reported that the new owners of the Jewelry District’s Foreman and Clark building were gearing up to convert the historic, 13-story tower into housing with ground-floor retail. Land use consultant Kate Bartolo, who’s working with developers Bonnis Properties on the project, shared more details with us today about the plans. Bortolo says Bonnis intends to fill out the 1920s Foreman and Clark building with 124 market-rate apartments (meaning none will be set aside for low-income tenants), with sizes ranging from 470 to 1,075 square feet.
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