A 12-Story Mixed-Use Building Could Replace A Parking Lot On North High Street

A surface lot downtown could soon become a 12-story mixed-use structure.

Located at 100 N. High Street, the design proposed to the Downtown Commission includes 114 residential units, a rooftop amenity lounge and pool, fourth floor office space, ground floor commercial space, and a 312 space parking garage.

In addition to providing parking for the building, the garage will also provide spaces for some surrounding properties. The development proposal was submitted by Eclipse Real Estate Group and Meyers + Associates Architects.

Eclipse Real Estate Group | Meyers + Associates Architects

Initial thoughts from the commission find that the proposal meets general guidelines for development in the area, but official decisions will be made at the Downtown Commission meeting on July 27.

Eclipse Real Estate Group | Meyers + Associates Architects

Commission meetings can be attended in person or streamed online through YouTube. For more information, you can visit the Downtown Commission website here.

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