[Vision2020] Sangria Favored for Sixth & Jackson?
thansen at moscow.com
thansen at moscow.com
Wed Feb 25 16:06:16 PST 2015
So . . .
The city is more open to a restaurant at the southwest corner of Sixth
Street and Jackson . . . next door to restaurants on Sixth Street . . .
across Sixth Street from Jimmy John's and the Alehouse . . . than a
much-needed expansion of a local health care facility ? ? ?
Well, maybe those locals in need of the health care facilities that could
have been available . . . will luck out next round (whenever that is) . .
. maybe not. Right, Mr. Bettge?
Seeya 'round town, Moscow, because . . .
"Moscow Cares" (or so I think)
> Gritman had not discussed anything with the Latah Recovery Center group
> about locating there.
> Our group is currently moving forward with Sojourner's Alliance Van Buren
> street building as the likely location. This, of course, assumes we can
> find funding.
> That's not to say locating with Gritman's proposed building wouldn't of
> happened as the business plan, etc. comes together. Looks like we will
> never know.
> On a related note: Gritmans proposal would've put that property off the
> tax rolls, right? I assume Sangria does not...
> On Wed, Feb 25, 2015 at 1:42 PM, Saundra Lund <v2020 at ssl1.fastmail.fm>
>> Does anyone know more about the MURA development of Sixth & Jackson?
>> Somehow, I've missed out on the discussion & am interested in learning
>> There was an article in today's Daily News, but there weren't many
>> it sounds like a decision may be made tomorrow morning? Have there been
>> meetings with stakeholders to present the proposals and take public
>> or did I just miss the announcements?
>> It seems to me I recall reading an article about Gritman's proposal a
>> or so ago that I thought would be a fantastic addition to our community.
>> a state with many employers who are exempted from providing health care
>> insurance for employees and that has refused to expand Medicaid, it
>> have brought much needed affordable mental health & dental care to our
>> community, and I think it was also going to house the Recovery Center
>> Darrell has posted about. Plus, it would have brought much needed
>> wage jobs to our community, which was particularly appealing to me.
>> After reading the article in today's paper, I see that the Sangria
>> Development proposal scored higher on some basis that wasn't clear to
>> Don't get me wrong -- I love the Sangria Restaurant, and I think their
>> proposal is lovely . . . but I'm not sure it's a good fit for downtown
>> So, is the Sangria Restaurant going to move from the mall to downtown?
>> parking provisions are there for restaurant customers? I see that there
>> will be parking for the micro-apartment tenants, which is great.
>> And, if the Sangria moves downtown, will they keep Maialina (another
>> really enjoy) open to compete with themselves? The food is quite
>> but I'd sure hate to see Maialina close -- there were three years or so
>> prime location right on the corner of Main & Sixth was closed & dark,
>> wasn't good for the city.
>> I'm very intrigued by the whole micro-apartment aspect -- does anyone
>> what kind of micro-apartments these will be? I know a little bit about
>> micro-apartments in other (urban & European) areas, so I'm curious who
>> target renters will be?
>> Another aspect that's near & dear to my heart is accessibility :-) I
>> notice that all of the micro-apartments are on the second floor. Does
>> anyone know what -- if any -- provisions there for those with mobility
>> challenges or will they simply be excluded as potential tenants in this
>> construction housing?
>> If anyone can share more details, I'd greatly appreciate it!
>> Saundra Lund
>> Moscow, ID
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