Firehouse project closer to approval

  • The Old Stone House development wrapping around the historic Ridgway firehouse includes space for a cooking school, restaurant, tavern, garden, housing and exhibition space in a live-work campus. Developer Patrick O’Leary plans on keeping the old firehouse and building the new development around it, and would also like to keep a portion of the sculpture garden currently at the site. Rendering courtesy John Baskfield/Conterra Workshop
    The Old Stone House development wrapping around the historic Ridgway firehouse includes space for a cooking school, restaurant, tavern, garden, housing and exhibition space in a live-work campus. Developer Patrick O’Leary plans on keeping the old firehouse and building the new development around it, and would also like to keep a portion of the sculpture garden currently at the site. Rendering courtesy John Baskfield/Conterra Workshop
  Plans to build a three-story culinary arts campus, including housing, eateries and garden spaces in the heart of Ridgway, are one step closer to fruition. Ridgway Planning Commission members unanimously agreed to grant variances for parking and building size for the “Old Stone House” development on the corner of Clinton Street and North Lena Street, directly across from Hartwell Park. Citing a…

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