A Valley News Publication

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From today’s Valley News:

An established Upper Valley developer is proposing to build a six-story apartment complex behind Lebanon’s old junior high school*.

 

Mike Davidson said on Tuesday that the project on the 7.4-acre school property he acquired in 2013 would provide much-needed housing in the city without contributing to urban sprawl.

 

Plans call for 66 one-bedroom and studio units to be built in a roughly 75-foot-tall building behind the former junior high school, just south of the Northern Rail Trail.

 

“Our hope is to build a high-quality structure that takes advantage of the downtown amenities and infrastructure without harming the aesthetic of the surrounding area,” Davidson said in an email on Tuesday. “The location is tucked down behind the old junior high off to the side and at a lower elevation. It will be substantially shielded by the school.”

*The address is 75 Bank St. There’s a map at the Valley News story.