A car passes the Village Plaza Apartments on Elliott Road in this artist’s rendering submitted as part of developer East West Partners application Sept. 2 for a certificate of appropriateness from the town of Chapel Hill. The project -- 266 apartments and 15,600 square feet of retail -- would be the first under the town’s new form-based code. The existing ABC store is shown at right.
A car passes the Village Plaza Apartments on Elliott Road in this artist’s rendering submitted as part of developer East West Partners application Sept. 2 for a certificate of appropriateness from the town of Chapel Hill. The project -- 266 apartments and 15,600 square feet of retail -- would be the first under the town’s new form-based code. The existing ABC store is shown at right. East West Partners
A car passes the Village Plaza Apartments on Elliott Road in this artist’s rendering submitted as part of developer East West Partners application Sept. 2 for a certificate of appropriateness from the town of Chapel Hill. The project -- 266 apartments and 15,600 square feet of retail -- would be the first under the town’s new form-based code. The existing ABC store is shown at right. East West Partners

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