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The second Houston project, to break ground in early January 2006, will be a 4,000 square-foot, 16-unit women's facility at The Mission of Yahweh built by Doyle Stuckey Homes.
Lancaster was originally scheduled to break ground when a new home in Chula Vista in San Diego County was operational.
SeQuential-Pacific has purchased a one-acre industrial parcel on the Kelly Point peninsula and permit applications are being filed with the City of Portland to break ground this August.
The Governor also noted that Ernst and Young joins Conde Nast and Reuters as the third major headquarters to break ground in Times Square since 1995.
The plan is to take competitive bids for the contract in the spring and to break ground in the summer, according to City Manager Ray Taylor, who said construction will take 14 months.
As we break ground in Texarkana, we demonstrate our plan to become an even bigger part of the Texarkana community in the years ahead.
as one of my first acts as First Selectman, to help break ground on this important project," said First Selectman Metsopoulos.
Santa Paula hopes to break ground on the project in mid-June, and have it completed before the winter, Ortega said.
A Place of Our Own" will break ground on March 28 in NE Seattle and offer 19 units of affordable housing, integrated program services, and technology for the Deaf and Deaf-Blind population.
The owner has rights to build a twin building of approximately 54,900 square feet and may break ground in the Spring of 2000.
As the city's major development projects prepare to collect the remaining allotments they need to break ground - and as the city approaches build-out - city planners may look forward to a lighter load in the coming years.
With this commitment from Cadence, we can break ground this spring and we expect there will be a Fisher House on the VA grounds within a year.