Thursday, February 01, 2007

Mississippi Bluff's Resurected?

The latest word on the long delayed and poorly planned Mississippi Bluff's project along Broadway is that construction will start in April. Michael Curran apparently told a neighbor of the site across Broadway that construction would indeed finally start this spring, and that none of the delays were his fault. His biggest excuse seemed to be bad advice from an engineer that told him he would need a lot of steel in the ground. My info is from a second hand, but reliable source, so the details are a little fuzzy, but that's the story at the moment.

1 comment:

Urban Review said...

My sources tell me that Curran fired the general contractor and is going to be his own GC. Meanwhile, the website still has not be updated to reflect the change in plans from 56 down to a measly 34 units on the site.