We have an update on the new hotel, retail and office development that will soon be built in downtown Murfreesboro that will cover an entire city block. But, how will parking look for such a large lifestyle center when parking is already a highly discussed issue around the local square?
The City of Murfreesboro has officially turned over the old First Methodist Church building to a new owner.
The City of Murfreesboro finalized plans to sell city-owned land and develop an uptown hotel, condos and retail-office space. The old First Methodist bell tower and sanctuary will be preserved in the $1.8-million project.
On Thursday night, the Murfreesboro City Council voted to approve a purchase and sale agreement with developer One East College, LLC for redevelopment of the City block known as the former First United Methodist Church location.
On Thursday night (1/15/2015) the Murfreesboro City Council approved an amendment to an existing agreement with Wiser Consultants, LLC of Murfreesboro to provide professional design services for relocation of Lytle Street between NW Broad Street and Barker Street.
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