Debate Continues Over "University Corners" Project
GAINESVILLE- Commissioners discussed the projected "University Corners" development.
The Miami-based developers of the project scaled back some of their plans, including changing the development from one large building to three smaller ones and lowering the height of one of them.
The project is set to go up in the vacant lot near University and 13th Street.
Despite changes, some residents still worry about the impact the development will have on traffic.
Commissioners voted to approve the developer's land use request, but they are still considering the request to re-zone the property.
The developer's request for various property tax rebates still remains up in the air.
The commission is expected to address that request later this summer.
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