Update, Nov. 1, 2011: According to ProJo, The Procaccianti Group has indefinitely postponed their plans to tear down the Fogarty Building.The petition to demolish the Fogarty Building and turn it into a surface parking lot is back on the Zoning Board of Review’s agenda [.pdf] for November 1st.
XII, LP: 133 Fountain Street (at Sabin & Mathewson Streets), Lot 422 on the Tax Assessor’s Plat 25 located in a Downtown D-1 Central Business Zone and the Downcity Overlay District; the applicant is seeking use and dimensional variances from Sections 303-use code 64.1(Footnote 5), 502.5, 502.5(A), 502.5(B), 502.5(D), 502.5(E) and 502.5(F) to demolish the existing building and to use the subject property for a surface parking lot as a transitional use. The lot in question contains approximately 22,796 square feet of land area.
On September 27, 2011, the Board continued the following matter for
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