Dover's Waterfront Development Plan Is A Big Boost For The City

Dover’s Waterfront Development Plan Is A Big Boost For The City

Below is courtesy of the city of Dover:
“At its April meeting, CWDAC officially endorsed the final Waterfront Concept Plan and asked Union Studio to prepare a bird’s-eye rendering of this concept.

This rendering would allow individuals to see the proposed plan in a more three-dimensional view, as seen above.

This plan calls for a total of 226 residential units, 9,000 square feet of commercial space and a 4,000-square-foot restaurant on the waterfront property. Of the 226 residential units, 138 would be part of multi-family buildings, 69 would be townhouses and 12 would be single-family residences. By proposing 64 covered parking spaces associated with the apartments on the east side of the parcel, the design allows the design flexibility to provide more green space.

As Committee Member Dan Lynch noted, “We were very supportive of this plan and rendering. We felt it provided a realistic, positive template which reflects the vision that the city has had for this site for a number of years”.

Committee Member Roberta Woodburn also noted that, “This rendering gives a tremendous sense of what the waterfront might look like and that is very exciting for us and the City.”