Williamsburg Planning Commission Receives Proposal for new Stryker Building

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February 11, 2013

6:39 PM

The Virginia Gazette reported that Henderson, Inc. and Guernsey Tingle Architects submitted an unsolicited proposal to build a replacement Stryker Building. At a meeting earlier this month, Williamsburg’s Planning Commission decided that the building should begin construction in July — at the beginning of the 2014 budget year — and would cost about $5.5 million. The design in the proposal positions the Stryker Building closer to the public library with the main entrance facing the library across City Square.

Read the full story here: http://www.vagazette.com/news/va-vg-council-adv-0209-20130208,0,4544700.story

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