The developers of Proctor Station are planning a second mixed-use building across from the Metropolitan Market at the corner of North 25th and North Proctor Streets. The businesses pictured at left are Sonja Clothes To Live In and Proctor Frozen Yogurt. The alley at right is the cut-off of the project’s footprint.
The developers of Proctor Station are planning a second mixed-use building across from the Metropolitan Market at the corner of North 25th and North Proctor Streets. The businesses pictured at left are Sonja Clothes To Live In and Proctor Frozen Yogurt. The alley at right is the cut-off of the project’s footprint. Drew Perine dperine@thenewstribune.com
The developers of Proctor Station are planning a second mixed-use building across from the Metropolitan Market at the corner of North 25th and North Proctor Streets. The businesses pictured at left are Sonja Clothes To Live In and Proctor Frozen Yogurt. The alley at right is the cut-off of the project’s footprint. Drew Perine dperine@thenewstribune.com

Second 6-story Proctor project moving forward

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