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Evolv1 | ?m | 3 fl | U/C
#41
(10-07-2018, 10:12 AM)Spokes Wrote: Do you think there would ever be a push for residential and to make it a real mixed use community?

I don't know if that's even possible on university land

I think that's quite unlikely. Zoning doesn't allow it and I can't see a push for it when there is residential available just further north.

Hopefully there will be more retail use in the future, though.
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#42
The university can certainly build residential on its land - if it's for its own students.
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#43
I assumed as much. It's a shame as with a good employment base there's potential here
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