A developer is telling the BPDA it wants to tear down the buildings that now house, among other things, Nick's Pizza and the Family Dollar on West Broadway and replace them with a single building with 44 residential units, first-floor retail space and a parking garage.
In a letter of intent, attorney George Morancy says 463 West Broadway, LLC's project, which would run from 459 West Broadway (the Family Dollar) to 469 West Broadway (a nail salon), would conform with what he expects will be the new height and density that should be called for in an anticipated rezoning along Broadway.
The proposed garage would have room for 48 cars.
The letter triggers a two-month period for the developer to file a more detailed project-notification form.
457-469a West Broadway letter of intent (1.2M PDF).