Planning & Development

The planned entrance to the market as seen from the pedestrian crossing at First and Water streets. Images courtesy Powe Studio Architects, PC

Tall order: Market Plaza plans move forward

The decision to grant permits for a nine-story Water Street office and apartment building that will be home to the City Market is now in the hands of the City Council. Developers Gregory Powe and Keith Woodard’s Market Plaza concept was selected by Council in June, one of multiple proposals for the redevelopment of the […]

Vandalism has held up completion of a fence meant to block trespassers from crossing the railroad tracks near the Corner, say police. Staff photo

Mind the gap: Vandals frustrate Corner fence project

The city built it, and still they come. A 7-foot metal fence now stretches along more than 1,000 feet of railroad track from the 14th Street train trestle on the Corner north beyond the end of Elliewood Avenue, a barrier built with $385,000 in Federal Highway Administration funds. That is, it would stretch that length, […]