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Marquette City Planning Commission discusses possible downtown development

Barry J. Polzin Architects and 484 Bennaville, LLC are proposing a plan to build residential duplex and commercial property on S. Fifth Street.
Barry J. Polzin Architects' illustration of its proposed 10,573 square-foot commercial...
Barry J. Polzin Architects' illustration of its proposed 10,573 square-foot commercial development that could be used for a beer garden and food truck complex(WLUC)
Published: Jan. 18, 2022 at 9:58 PM EST
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MARQUETTE, Mich. (WLUC) - The Marquette City Planning Commission is discussing a possible downtown development.

At Tuesday’s meeting, Barry J. Polzin Architects and 484 Bennaville presented the planning commission with their survey plan, approved by TriMedia Environmental & Engineering, to build a new commercial property at 200 South Fifth Street, the former rail station.

The planning commission approved the architect company’s survey plan and construction can begin on a 10,573 square-foot commercial development.

The plans are to turn the commercial development into a building for The Back Lot Beer Garden and Food Truck, a restaurant owned by 484 Bennaville.

Included in the survey plan is Polzin Architects’ plan to build a 1,050 square-foot residential duplex which includes a two-car parking garage.

The City Planning Commission plans to review the updated site plan at its next meeting on Feb 1.

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