By Carol McCracken (Post # 2,426)
The owner of 415 Cumberland Street, Patrick Ducas, plans to convert office space there into ten residential units in the existing building. Six parking spaces are proposed in the ground level garage. (This is the same building in which Hurley Direct Travel used to be located.) The 15,260 sq. ft. building is located within the Downtown Business B-3 zone.
LK Exchange, LLC/Danilel Soley has filed an application to convert a former restaurant into residential units in the upper floors of the 12,191 sq. ft. building at 11 Brown Street. Formerly, Margaritas, it closed last month. According to a former employer, the upper floors of the building have long been empty. The first floor will remain a commercial space. There will be parking for eight vehicles. It is also located in the B-3 zone. Daniel Soley is the nephew of Jack Soley, a member of the city’s planning board.
Neither description states whether the 14 units will be rental or condominiums.
For more information, please contact Jean Fraser, city’s planning office at 207 – 874-8728 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org