Greeley council OKs downtown apartment-building plan
GREELEY — The Greeley City Council on Tuesday unanimously approved a tax-increment financing agreement through the city’s Downtown Development Authority for a 194-unit apartment building with units renting at market rates. The plan has “been scaled back a little bit” from the original proposal from Richmark Homes and Indianapolis-based developer Milhaus Inc., noted Bianca Fisher,…
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