Construction is in full swing on a mixed-use project on the former Cloister restaurant site at Delaware Avenue and Virginia Street. Scott Croce is developing a three story building on the property with nine apartments along Virginia Street and medical offices fronting Delaware. Croce, a chiropractor, plans to move his office to the first floor of the building. The Frizlen Group is project architect.
The design for the corner of the building has been revised and will now sport a winged roof and glass canopy at the entrance to the office building lobby.
On the ground level along Virgina Street, there will be three private garages, two residential lobbies and one apartment. Four, one-bedroom units will occupy the second floor, and the four apartments on the third floor will be two-bedroom units on two levels.
Nineteen non-garage parking spaces, 11 of them covered, will be provided on site. A historic brick carriage house on the Holloway Alley side of the property (below, right) will be converted into three additional apartments.