Businessmen Larry Short and Roy and Bill Piscitello, the team behind Shortbread Lofts, are looking east to build a new, 10-story apartment building with ground-floor retail and offices at 322 W. Rosemary St. A concept plan submitted to the town says the project would replace the site’s current occupants – Breadman’s Restaurant, which the Piscitellos operate, and Amity Apartments,
Businessmen Larry Short and Roy and Bill Piscitello, the team behind Shortbread Lofts, are looking east to build a new, 10-story apartment building with ground-floor retail and offices at 322 W. Rosemary St. A concept plan submitted to the town says the project would replace the site’s current occupants – Breadman’s Restaurant, which the Piscitellos operate, and Amity Apartments, MHAworks Architecture
Businessmen Larry Short and Roy and Bill Piscitello, the team behind Shortbread Lofts, are looking east to build a new, 10-story apartment building with ground-floor retail and offices at 322 W. Rosemary St. A concept plan submitted to the town says the project would replace the site’s current occupants – Breadman’s Restaurant, which the Piscitellos operate, and Amity Apartments, MHAworks Architecture

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