City Council quietly voted to approve a major redevelopment project in downtown Cedar Falls that will add a hotel, housing, parking and retail and office space, and serve as a river trail head.
Cedar Falls Redevelopment
Thursday, July 19, 2012
Monday, July 16, 2012
City officials will consider a redevelopment plan that includes renovating the old Broom Factory site into townhomes.
Update: Cedar Falls City Council unanimously approved plans for major redevelopment in downtown this week. The plan will convert the old Broom Factory site and State Street into the trail head for a river trail, will add hundreds of housing units, a hotel, retail and office space and additional parking. The proejct is expected to cost millions of dollars and get tax breaks. The Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier reports that no one spoke during the special meeting, which lasted less than four minutes. Previous coverage: Cedar Falls officials have called a special meeting this afternoon to consider plans for redevelopment that includes turning the old Broom Factory site into townhomes and would transform part of State Street. As part of the …