The Laurel Council has introduced a plan for a mixed-use redevelopment of the old police headquarters building, continuing its push to modernize the Main Street corridor.
The Council officially introduced a conceptual site plan for C Street Flats, formerly known as 350 Municipal Square, during this week’s meeting. The plan would allow the project to move forward as part of the city’s revitalization overlay area.
Earlier this month, to San Francisco-based Klingbeil Capital Management, which paid $2.3 million. The building will be developed into a mixed-use community of apartments and commercial space called the C Street Flats.
City officials had marked because of its proximity to the city’s MARC station and the Laurel arts and entertainment district.
A second public hearing on the site plan will be held Monday, June 11 at 7 p.m. in the .