EUGENE, Ore. -- After years of development, the finish line may be in sight for Crescent Village.
Developers submitted preliminary plans for the sixth and final phase of the north Eugene mixed-use complex, calling for two additional commercial buildings and a shared parking lot.
The buildings will be either one or two stories, each between 6,000 and 12,000 square feet in size.
Four buildings with rental garages are also in the works.
Teresa Bishow, a planning consultant for Crescent Village Association, said the tentative schedule calls for a January 2021 groundbreaking. She said parking will be the first priority, filling a space long occupied by a gravel lot.
A neighborhood meeting is schedule for Dec. 12 where Bishow and others will brief interested residents.
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