The project developers invite Armory Parkers to a public meeting to discuss the proposed All Saints development located in Armory Park. The meeting will be Monday, November 28 at 6:00 PM on Zoom https://arizona.zoom.us/j/81478228089#success
Background information from the development team:
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Here are two PowerPoint presentations from the City on the Infill Incentive District and Transit-Oriented Development. These both have a major impact on our neighborhood. For those who are interested, there will be a Transit-Oriented Development presentation at the Armory Park Center on Friday, March 18, 5-7 PM.
The Infill Incentive District update: https://www.tucsonaz.gov/files/pdsd/boards-committees-commissions/PRS/March2022/IID_Update_Presentation_-_3.10.22.pdf
The Transit-Oriented Development presentation: https://www.tucsonaz.gov/files/pdsd/boards-committees-commissions/PRS/March2022/eTOD_overview_pres_3-10-22.pdf
There will be a Neighborhood Meeting Tuesday, November 30 at 6:00 PM to hear about the proposed mixed-use project at 375 S Stone Ave and adjoining properties. The meeting’s physical location will be All Saints’ School at 415 S 6th Ave. The meeting will also be available virtually at https://arizona.zoom.us/j/84743521961
Come and hear the latest on the proposed “Baffert at 5 Points” development. The presentation will be in the Multi-Purpose Room at the Armory Park Center on Tuesday 7/30 5:30-6:30 PM.
This Saturday at 9:00 AM come see what’s planned for the southeast corner of S Stone Ave and E 14th St! The meeting will be OUTSIDE in the existing parking lot at 375 S Stone Ave.
The developer will present the proposal for a 4-story mixed use building to include 28 one- and two-bedroom condominiums, the relocated Casa Vicente restaurant, and a parking lot.
For info, please contact Bill Mackey at 520-664-4847 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Hampton Inn/Home2 Suites plans to build a hotel at 141 S Stone Ave, opposite St Augustine Cathedral and behind the Scottish Rite Cathedral. It is asking for reduced parking through the Infill Incentive District regulations. If you are able, please attend the May 6 meeting listed in the attachment. We will have representatives from the APNA and the APHZAB (historic board) in attendance.
Another Herbert apartment building coming our way planning to use Armory Park as its parking lot? Please plan to attend the Wednesday, May 1 meeting if you can.
A message from APNA President Anne Cooper: “A heads up on development that will be taking place at 127 S 5th Ave (current parking lot and structure across from the Stillwell house and behind Cartel Coffee). There is a meeting on Wednesday, May 1st at the Hexagon Building, 5th floor auditorium from 6:00-8:00 (address is 40 E Congress).
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The APNA Board holds its monthly meeting Tuesday, April 9, at 7 PM in the St. Andrew’s Parish Hall. Come and hear what’s going on in the neighborhood and around town! This month there will be presentations from Park Tucson’s Donovan Durband and the Library’s Brian Chenecka.
Here’s the agenda:
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A message and a request from APNA President Anne Cooper:
As many of you know we had Page Repp, promoter of the Dusk festival, come to the APNA meetings in December and last night to discuss the 3 main concerns that arose from the Dusk festival last November. To reiterate they were:
2) Access and
3) Start/end time of festival
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From APNA President Anne Cooper:
Just a few notes and updates from the meeting last Tuesday.
Page Repp, promoter of the Dusk festival was at the meeting to hear feedback from the neighborhood regarding the festival. Brent Dennis (Parks and Rec) and Greg Jackson (City Manager’s office) as well as Steve Kozachik were also there to answer questions about Armory Park and the permit process for events at Armory Park.
The majority of the questions at the meeting and from the listserv could be listed into 3 categories: 1) noise, 2) access – specifically on 6th Avenue, and 3) privatization of the park.
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