District Loft apartments, above retail stores in Morrisville’s Park West Village, opened in early 2016. As Morrisville undertakes a host of initiatives meant to establish and strengthen its identity as a town, some council members worry that allowing too much of the town’s land to be developed as rental properties could undermine those efforts.
District Loft apartments, above retail stores in Morrisville’s Park West Village, opened in early 2016. As Morrisville undertakes a host of initiatives meant to establish and strengthen its identity as a town, some council members worry that allowing too much of the town’s land to be developed as rental properties could undermine those efforts. Corey Lowenstein clowenst@newsobserver.com
District Loft apartments, above retail stores in Morrisville’s Park West Village, opened in early 2016. As Morrisville undertakes a host of initiatives meant to establish and strengthen its identity as a town, some council members worry that allowing too much of the town’s land to be developed as rental properties could undermine those efforts. Corey Lowenstein clowenst@newsobserver.com

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