Warwick Beacon: Condos next to library gain master plan ok
Posted Thursday, September 19, 2019 1:29 pm
By JOHN HOWELL
The city Planning Board has granted master plan approval for an eight-unit condominium development on a 1.19-acre wooded home site next to the Warwick Public Library on Sandy Lane.
Michael Primeau, president of the Sundown Corporation of North Kingstown, proposes to build four two-unit, single-story buildings in the rectangular lot running parallel to the secondary one-way entry to the library - the one with the outside return slot. One of the buildings would face Sandy Lane to blend in with other houses on Sandy Lane, while the remaining three would look out on a new road to be named Library Lane. The lane would provide a turnaround for emergency vehicles.
Primeau said the units would be about 1,000 square feet and include two bedrooms and two baths. They would sell for a price in the “high 200s.” He gave an estimate of $275,000 to $300,000.
Courtesy of Warwick Beacon