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Judge Dismisses High-Rise Lawsuit

A lawsuit filed to prevent a Colorado company from building a high-rise condominium in downtown Coeur d'Alene was dismissed Tuesday, although the ruling doesn't shut the door on litigation completely. But the company proposing the project, One Lakeside LLC., said it's pleased with the judge's decision and it's ready to apply for building permits this summer, and break ground on the 14-story building by November. "Obviously, we're pleased the judge saw it our way," said Greg Hills, principal of the real estate development firm Austin Lawrence Partners proposing to build the retail and residential building at the corner of First Street and Lakeside Avenue. "We're going to keep moving forward, just like we have been"/Tom Hasslinger, Coeur d'Alene Press. More here.

Question: Are you ready for another downtown high-rise?




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