"The city has been extremely supportive of our efforts, and withthe Schostak Brothers hotel planned at 1-696 and Woodward Avenue,we feel that we can now focus completely on meeting the demand forsophisticated in-town residences," says Jack Hanna of ChrysosDevelopment. "Eliminating the hotel component gives us greaterflexibility of design without the need for complicated undergroundparking and multiple easements. This allows us todeliver a qualityproduct at lower price points for our buyers."

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