LINCOLN–(KFOR Apr. 18)–A new apartment complex is being proposed for the block bounded by “K” and “L” Streets, from 18th Street to Antelope Valley Parkway, which will provide 30-year housing affordability for 187 units.
It was before the Lincoln City Council on Monday, as part of a public hearing.
Urban Development director Dan Marvin said the project for the block will provide 30-year housing affordability for 187 units. The nearly $51-million, five-story building would include bicycle parking and infrastructure for electric vehicle charging, two outdoor courtyards with a dog park and possibly a playground.
Council members are set to vote on the proposal at next their meeting on April 24.