Stockton Council to Vote on Development Plan

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Crucial elements in a Stockton developers plan to revitalize part of downtown will fall into the hands of city council members at Tuesday evening's meeting.

The councilors are expected to vote on a few topics regarding development company Ten Space's proposal called the "Open Window Project."

The plan is to use some and then eventually all of the 15 block radius in the eastern part of downtown to construct housing, commercial, and retail space.

Many of the buildings in that particular part of downtown are either dilapidated old and or vacant.

Ten Space President Zac Cort says if the ownership rights are approved, the new development could be realized in the next couple of years.

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