Fancy Condo Plan Reviewed by City

An ultra-modern design, 33-unit, four-story condominium project at the corner of Atlantic Avenue and North 11th Street was reviewed Thursday by the city’s Technical Review Committee.

The structure will be built on .67 acres, which was formerly a gasoline service center commercial building.

The condominium is named Park Place on Atlantic and is being developed by Spurgeon Richardson. The project’s description submitted to the city reads: 3 story-33 residential units and the 4th floor to be 9,993 square feet of commercial office space.

Documents indicate the condo project has been in the planning stages since 2018.

A website for the Park Place on Atlantic states, “Arriving Spring 2025 Pre-Construction Pricing $749,000 – $1.5 Million.”

In promoting the units, the website says, “Exclusive amenities include a resort-style pool with jetted spa, a state-of-the-art fitness facility, a rooftop terrace, and a social lounge. Whether you’re seeking a permanent residence or a vacation retreat, this exceptional development promises a lifestyle of luxury, comfort, and unparalleled convenience.”

There are six different condo floor plans for the project.

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Bill Fold
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Bill Fold(@bill-fold)
30 days ago

So you told us who the developer is and a little about the condos but nothing about the result of the city’s review. Great journalism! (Sarcasm)

Mike Lednovich
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Mike Lednovich(@mike-lednovich)
29 days ago
Reply to  Bill Fold

The Technical Review Committee is exactly that. They are not reviewing the overall design. They are reviewing setback requirements, drainage, sidewalks, site prep, demolishing the existing structure, access etc.

Bill Fold
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Bill Fold(@bill-fold)
29 days ago
Reply to  Mike Lednovich

I know what they do, the question is who is responsible for approving ( or rubber stamping) this abortion? We all know it’s going to get a green light no matter what citizens say or do.

Jason Collins
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Jason Collins(@jc18holes)
28 days ago
Reply to  Bill Fold

There is no rubber stamp….the current zoning and future land use allow this use for that particular location. Should be a nice improvement over the old run down building currently onsite. A lot of people want to be close enough to walk to Centre!

Patrick Golden
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Patrick Golden(@pgolden)
29 days ago

Up to $1 million to live next to the poop processor? No thanks. 

Bill Fold
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Bill Fold(@bill-fold)
29 days ago
Reply to  Patrick Golden

“There’s a sucker born every minute”. – P. T. Barnum

anna
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anna(@anna)
29 days ago

The design seems a little out of place, being so close to the Historic District.

Mark Tomes
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Mark Tomes(@mtomes)
29 days ago

It just seems like we should keep Atlantic Ave. its open and airy feel. This project will make it feel closed in. Just more concrete instead of light.