Mon 12 Feb 2007
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If I worked for RAM Development, I’d be dancing quite a jig this evening.
Not only have they negotiated the sweetest of deals – their own publicly underwritten Downtown tower of wealth – they’ve gotten the friendliest of non-reviews by the majority of Council.
Maybe folks will like “rah rah” growth RAM Development style. If so, they’ll be pleased to see that they’re geared up for Phase III:
CHAPEL HILL – Ram Development Co. is moving forward with two projects at the intersection of Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and Weaver Dairy Road.
On Feb. 21, Ram will go before the town’s Community Design Commission with plans totaling about 130,000 square feet on either side of MLK Boulevard.
The first project, called MLK at Westminster, proposes 48 condos, two banks and a 22,000-square-foot office and retail building on the west side of MLK at the edge of the Northwoods neighborhood.
The second project would include a 16,000-square-foot Walgreen’s drug store and a 22,000-square-foot office and retail building on the east side of MLK near Timberlyne Shopping Center.
Is it really “MLK at Westminster”? That surely sounds, ummm, bland? Safe? White?
What happened to Phase II?
That’s Hillsborough 425 – the 335 pricey condos replacing the existing 111 affordable apartments.
So, for those keeping score, RAM Development now has 4 on-going projects before the current Council.