On March 8, project architect Niles Bolton Associates presented plans to the Midtown Development Review Committee.

Called “The Standard,” the project would replace an existing Starbucks and the former Spring4th Complex, which included venues such as Quad.

The project would include 280 apartments (a mix of one, two, three, four and five-bedroom units) and 11,200 square feet of commercial space.

A Starbucks coffee shop would anchor the street-level retail with a drive-thru lane accessible from 4th street.

The project could break ground this summer, with the first units delivering around summer 2018.

Among its amenities, the tower would feature a fitness center, study rooms, gaming lounge and bike lockers. It would also have outdoor terraces, balconies and a pool.

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