We now have two projects in the pipeline around the Fairview station:
Reuter Walton's proposal for a two building, 279 unit affordable housing project on the northwest corner of the Fairview/Uni intersection (Goodwill site). This one was quite a disappointment when it was proposed as a single use project on what had in the past been promoted as a potential site for major, transformative development. Word is they may have added some commercial space, but it is still a far cry from the high-density use floated in the days of Green Line planning.
http://monitorsaintpaul.com/development ... uary-2020/
Now, LS Black is proposing a 146 unit market rate building with 2,500 sf retail space on the south side of University (currently a hotel furniture liquidator and transmission shop). I had given up hope for the southeast corner of Fairview and University once Arby's (with its ridiculously huge parking lot) was renovated, so this is a pleasant surprise!
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