Critiques skew optimistic for 51-unit River Avenue challenge | Information

Design plans for a 51-unit residence challenge earned principally favorable evaluations from the Hailey Planning & Zoning Fee on Monday night time whereas elevating some questions on pricing and affordability for year-round residents.

Ketchum-based builders Trent and Elisabeth Grabher are hoping to assemble a three-story multifamily constructing at 403 to 419 North River Avenue with 43 one-bedroom residences and eight two-bedroom residences for a complete of 51 residential models.

The Grabhers’ challenge—at present dubbed “Spruce & River Workforce Housing”—would span your entire block from Silver Avenue to Spruce Avenue. It might sit throughout the road from the 16-unit Silver River Flats challenge and the forthcoming 12-unit River Avenue Townhomes improvement.

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The constructing proposes 43 600-to-630 square-foot one bed room residences and eight two-bedroom residences starting from 880 to 1,030 sq. ft.

‘Formidable’ challenge allowed by zoning change

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A 500-square-foot espresso store and outside patio is deliberate on the nook of Silver and River streets, in keeping with challenge consultant Mark Sindell. The patio would lead right into a essential foyer and central stairway.


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