If you build it: Despite pandemic, land use projects moved forward in 2020

Despite pandemic, land use projects moved forward in 2020


City Council agreed in October to contribute $5.5 million in a forgivable loan to support the first phase of the Piedmont Housing Alliance’s redevelopment of Friendship Court, the 150-unit downtown public housing complex that was built in 1978. PC: Grimm + Parker Architects

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