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CRA Approves Drawings for Adams Project

January 13, 1985

Final design drawings have been approved by the Community Redevelopment Agency for the first of three phases in a $9-million, mixed-use development to be built on the northwest corner of Adams Boulevard and Hoover Street in the Adams-Normandie 4321 Redevelopment Project.

The first-phase design calls for a neighborhood shopping center on about one acre; a 21,500-square-foot, two-story main building with retail space on the ground floor and 5,000 square feet of office space on the second; and two single-story buildings and an entry tower on the corner, according to Ed Helfeld, CRA administrator.

The developer is the Adams-Hoover Partnership of Nghia Trung Le and John V. Matlow. Phases 2 and 3 are in the conceptual design stage; it is expected that Phase 2 will contain about 50 condominium units on about 2.5 acres and that Phase 3 will consist of about 60 housing units for the elderly on one acre.

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