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Atticus Apartments plans under review



The Atticus luxury apartment complex downtown are further underway, as developers have recently presented their site plan to the Augusta Planning Department.

Back in April, the Augusta Commission approved the amending of the Planned Unit Development zoning along an acre of property along Greene ...

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  1. The last thing Downtown needs is upscale apartments. Especially since now they want to add 30 apartments to the small area. In the Historical Area? What a joke. If and that is big if, they rent all their apartments, where are they going to park their EV? Let’s see how many of the 10 Augusta Richmond County Consolidation Government Commissioners AKA Local Clowns are going to vote to jam up Geene. The Everything Downtown Group is going to have to pull out all the stops for this one.

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