Apartments planned on Fifth Avenue in Hill District
A seven-story, 74-unit apartment complex is planned on what is now a parking lot on Fifth Avenue in the city's Hill District.
Castlebrook Development, Downtown, has agreed to buy the five-lot tract, from 1625 to 1641 Fifth Ave., to build the $14 million project.
The building will contain 52 interior parking spaces and about 30 interior bicycle parking pads, said Pat Nardelli, a partner.
Nardelli said the successful conversion of the former Fifth Avenue High School into 65 loft apartments encouraged him to pursue his project.
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