An artist’s drawing shows how The Graduate apartment building would appear if you were looking at it from across the street at the Noodles & Co. restaurant. Developer Wintergreen Hospitality wants to build roughly 100 luxury apartments for graduate students and professionals at 106 Mallette St., immediately behind Chipotle Mexican Restaurant. At 90 feet tall, The Graduate would cover the narrow lot from Mallette to Kenan streets. Residents and Town Council members are concerned that this side of the building is too massive to be built beside a residential area and adjacent to the Cameron-McCauley Historic District.
An artist’s drawing shows how The Graduate apartment building would appear if you were looking at it from across the street at the Noodles & Co. restaurant. Developer Wintergreen Hospitality wants to build roughly 100 luxury apartments for graduate students and professionals at 106 Mallette St., immediately behind Chipotle Mexican Restaurant. At 90 feet tall, The Graduate would cover the narrow lot from Mallette to Kenan streets. Residents and Town Council members are concerned that this side of the building is too massive to be built beside a residential area and adjacent to the Cameron-McCauley Historic District. Wintergreen Hospitality
An artist’s drawing shows how The Graduate apartment building would appear if you were looking at it from across the street at the Noodles & Co. restaurant. Developer Wintergreen Hospitality wants to build roughly 100 luxury apartments for graduate students and professionals at 106 Mallette St., immediately behind Chipotle Mexican Restaurant. At 90 feet tall, The Graduate would cover the narrow lot from Mallette to Kenan streets. Residents and Town Council members are concerned that this side of the building is too massive to be built beside a residential area and adjacent to the Cameron-McCauley Historic District. Wintergreen Hospitality

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September 19, 2014 10:31 AM

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