Preliminary designs for New Hanover County’s redevelopment project of an entire downtown Wilmington block, better known as Project Grace, have been submitted and now, the developer is seeking public input from county residents.
The project would come in two phases, with the county library staying open throughout.
More details were released Thursday on the Project Grace development proposal from Zimmer Development Co., with New Hanover County preparing to host meetings later this month to share project information with the public.
The potential redevelopment of a downtown block owned by New Hanover County is proceeding with one proposal, from Wilmington-headquartered Zimmer Development Co. and a team it has assembled to work on the multimillion-dollar, mixed-use project.
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