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Tuscaloosa Mayor opposes Riverwalk apartments

Staff Report

TUSCALOOSA | An Atlanta developer wants to build a $40 million, 856-bed student apartment complex along the city’s Riverwalk.

But the proposed four- to five-story development is running into some opposition from city officials.

Carter, the development company, has proposed a mixed-use complex on the old Tuscaloosa Chevrolet property on Jack Warner Parkway near Greensboro Avenue.

The property is now a vacant lot used for recreational vehicle parking during the football season.

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