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Big Reveal: Five Townhomes at 197 West Utica

While plans for redevelopment of the Children’s Hospital site evolve, a developer is proposing a five-unit townhome project across the street from hospital property on West Utica Street.  Skyline Centro Urban Development is planning five, three-bedroom, three-story townhouse units for the property currently used for parking.  Private rooftop terraces are planned along with a community patio at the north end of the site.  Studio T3 Engineering designed the residences that will be sold, not rented.  Exteriors consist of traditional masonry along with James Hardie fiber cement and Trespa siding.

From the Project Application:

On behalf of our client Skyline Centro Urban Development (property owner) we are submitting herein the required plans and documentation for a new 3-story wood frame townhouse building.

The building will have a 4,036 square foot footprint and will be spilt into five equal sized townhouse units. Each unit will have a two-car garage, a den/bedroom, and a half bathroom on the first floor, a kitchen, dining, and living room area and a half bathroom on the second floor, three bedrooms and two full bathrooms on the third floor, and a rooftop terrace. Each rooftop terrace will have an approximately 200 square foot enclosure housing stairs and mechanical units.

The units will be accessed by a driveway and sidewalk running along the east side of the proposed building. There will be a garden/patio area directly north of the building for the shared use of the residents.

The Planning Board will review the $1 million project on Monday.  Work is expected to start in September and be completed in early 2018.

Get Connected: Skyline Centro, 716.218.0250

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