Rockway (formerly Park City South) - Saunders/Lake Wheeler Apartments and Retail

They build the decks for Dreamville. 3 out of 365 days is good ROI, right?

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He clearly prefers urbanism that one drives to.

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Honestly, I’d rather the parking sits here than provided directly on the Dix property. People can park and walk a little.

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Are we sure that deck will be open to the public for Dix Park visitors?

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I love how this corner of downtown is coming together + Dix.

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If it’s not all needed for residents, you can bet your bottom dollar that they’ll find a way to monetize it.

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From the retail leasing brochure

And for future phases. Phase 2 is the Heath, ~6-7 story, 370-units. For Phase 3 Lynde Hill Lofts, I’m guessing another 5 over 1 since its just 235 units? I guess if they include a parking podium it could be taller and it’ll be on a smaller footprint?

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I’m guessing another 5 over 1 since its just 235 units? I guess if they include a parking podium it could be taller and it’ll be on a smaller footprint?

This seems to suggest there is no parking for phases 2 and 3 – I don’t think they could squeeze a deck within those footprints anyway. And phase 3 could just be type V construction since there’s no retail podium (unless they have residential amenity space on the ground floor).

Despite the flack it gets, imo this justifies the taller deck they’re building as part of phase 1. Not having to design around parking will allow the other two residential buildings to be so much better.

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I wonder if they might put the parking underground spanning beneath both Phases 2 and 3. That would seem more efficient.

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Is “structured parking” a euphemism?

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I feel like I remember hearing that the existing parking deck (that is so large and protrudes from phase 1) was sized to handle the future phases parking needs.

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DECK SCREENING WHEN??? :face_vomiting:

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