The residential and commercial project with studio, one- and two-bedroom units and three-story live and work apartments sits on 2.3 acres bounded by Van Ness Avenue, Calaveras, Fulton and Stanislaus streets. Its name pays homage to the property’s news-oriented roots.
The development sits next to the former Fresno Bee building which is now home to Community Media Access Collaborative or CMAC. The building was also the site of Fresno’s first commercial radio and television station, Granville Homes said.
The ceremony begins at 10 a.m. near the corner of Fulton Avenue and Calaveras Street. Attendees will get a peek at the first 10 available units. The other 75, preleasing now, will open in summer 2016.
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