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6/14/2007
NCCo approves Brookview plan

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From staff reports
Posted Thursday, June 14, 2007

New Castle County Council on Tuesday voted to accept the final stage of a redevelopment plan for the former Brookview apartments off Darley Road in Claymont.The newly named Renaissance Village plan calls for 1,226 dwelling units and 41,704 square feet of mixed-use retail and commercial buildings.

Council signed off on the plan for the project, which is the third and final stage in the land-use process before building can begin.

The dilapidated complex was put up for sale in 2005 and purchased by developers Commonwealth Group and Setting Properties. Their redevelopment is based on ?new urbanist? design principles that offer residents the ability to shop, play and work within walking distance of their homes.

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