This East Crossroads building would have become part of a 104-unit apartment project proposed by developer Steve Foutch. But he said Wednesday that he won’t build it after receiving what he said was too low of a property tax abatement on the project.
This East Crossroads building would have become part of a 104-unit apartment project proposed by developer Steve Foutch. But he said Wednesday that he won’t build it after receiving what he said was too low of a property tax abatement on the project.
This East Crossroads building would have become part of a 104-unit apartment project proposed by developer Steve Foutch. But he said Wednesday that he won’t build it after receiving what he said was too low of a property tax abatement on the project.

Steve Foutch walking away from $23 million East Crossroads project

August 24, 2016 12:21 PM

UPDATED August 24, 2016 12:38 PM

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