Proposed 198,800 sqft, 227 unit, 6 floor apartment building at S. Main and Pennsylvania. Notably, the Coca Cola building will be restored and used as offices and a gym for the complex.
Kevin mentioned here that construction fencing is up, FWBP reported construction would start January 2015, so it could be happening.
Seneca is asking for $2.5 million in reimbursement from the TIF for its a 198,800-square-foot project, called Highpointe on South Main at the southwest corner of Pennsylvania Avenue and South Main.
Seneca plans to demolish an old Coca-Cola warehouse, but preserve the Coca-Cola office building at the corner.
The six-story apartment building would be all-new.
Seneca plans streetscape improvements such as lighting and trees. Part of the reimbursement would go toward the demolition and environmental abatement, allowed under the TIF.
The developers plan to start construction by January 2015 and complete it by July 31, 2016
The project is directly across Pennsylvania from the currently under construction Victory Medical Center.
Here's the lot as it looks today.
Despite quite a bit of searching, I've not been able to find any renderings of what it might look like.