Cleanup of Mohawk Tannery site may take ‘Herculean’ costs
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Conceptual plans for the former Mohawk Tannery site include up to 300 apartments and a proposed financial partnership with the city, according to Tim Cummings, economic development director.
While the project is still very preliminary, and will require extensive remediation, Cummings said the developer would like to construct 200 to 300 apartments on the lower half of the parcel, keep the rest as open space and build about 50,000 square feet of commercial retail space in a different area of the site.
A new roadway off of the Broad Street Parkway is also included in conceptual plans for the project, he told the aldermanic Planning and Economic Development Committee this week.