Manchester planners to review Riverwalk apartment proposal
The board is to consider the plan at its meeting at 6 this evening at City Hall.The developers are seeking to build three, four-story mid-rise buildings that would contain 150 units. The plan slightly increases the number of units last approved for the complex from 144, while decreasing the number of proposed condominium units in the adjacent townhouse development from 45 to 42.
While the townhouses are approximately 75 percent complete, the mid-rises were never built.
The residential development is between Riverwalk Way and the east bank of the Merrimack River. The three mid-rises would be built in a u-shape facing the river. There would be a parking lot between the buildings.
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