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There would be 245 living units on the upper floors of the buildings and 12,000 square feet of commercial space for shops and a restaurant as well as two parking facilities with approximately 500 spaces that the village will own.
The developer plans 401 rooms: 152 assisted-living rooms, 57 memory care rooms, and 192 independent living units.
The pepper spray caused guards to cough and drifted into the living units, where an inmate’s asthma flared up, according to one report.
After two tiny warmup gigs last month (and some shaky solo shows from frontman Blake Schwarzenbach in recent years) Jawbreaker thrived as a powerful live unit -- back, and with purpose.
One developer, Property Markets Group, has begun offering 30 co-living units in Chicago and is planning more around the country, though none in Manhattan.
The glass walls can also be closed with floor-to-ceiling drapes to create a separate living unit indoors.
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