Grayson Capital plans new transit-oriented attainable housing in East Crossroads

Grayson Capital was chosen through a city RFP to redevelop an East Crossroads site now housing a small Police Department office and surface parking. The local builder plans 180 apartments — including 36 affordable units — and ground-floor commercial space with a health and wellness focus.

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