City commissioners are scheduled to discuss next month a possible public-private development at 1440 Boulevard of the Arts (the former Community Garden) in the Rosemary District.
The possible development of the city-owned land will be discussed at either the May 6 or May 20 City Commission regular meeting, according to an email April 12 from Mary Tucker, purchasing manager.
City Manager Tom Barwin has called the possible Boulevard of the Arts development a “catalyst project” for the area.
City officials plan to extend an Invitation to Negotiate and seek proposals from developers interested in building a mixed-use project on the city-owned land.
The city held a meeting in December to get input on the possible development.
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