On Tuesday (Dec. 20), the Historic District Landmarks Commission’s Architectural Review Committee gave initial approval to a new mixed-use development at Lee Circle in the warehouse district.
Philanthropist Phyllis Taylor secured approval to build a 191,000 square foot mixed-use development that would include ground-floor retail, 20 one-bedroom and two-bedroom residential units on the upper floors, and a five-story 300 spot parking garage. The entire project would be six stories at its maximum height. Plans call for a green wall and a primarily brick exterior facade.
The project includes the 50,000 square foot Ives office building at 1009 Camp Street, which Taylor purchased for $4.5 million in 2013, and the 29,800 square foot vacant land at 1047 Camp Street.
The site lies between Lee Circle and the National World War II Museum (which is building their own $65 million hotel down the street).
Woodward Design Group is the architect and general contractor.