The commitment would create the city’s eighth Tax Increment District
The Sturgeon Bay Common Council approved a development agreement Tuesday related to constructing a building for music performances and lessons in a vacant lot at the northeast corner of 3rd Avenue and Jefferson Street.
Shirley Weese Young, who purchased the parcel, is planning to build a two-story structure where the Moeller’s Garage auto dealership once stood. The development’s first floor will house a 6,809-square-foot music venue/school called Muse, a 1,200-square-foot outdoor patio and a 475-square-foot area for public restrooms.
The project plans also include the building’s second floor, with 6,809 square feet, having 11 studio apartments with 430-450 square feet of space each that would be leasable starting at $770 per month, plus utilities. The site will also have an exterior parking area and other amenities...
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