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The next phase of development for the massive Farhi Holdings housing project at the former GM Trim site on Lauzon Road is construction of two nine-storey residential towers with 151 units each. The company has made a rezoning application to the city with hopes of starting construction in the spring, around the same time that the first of four 58-unit buildings already under construction should be completed.
The next phase of development for the massive Farhi Holdings housing project at the former GM Trim site on Lauzon Road is construction of two nine-storey residential towers with 151 units each. The company has made a rezoning application to the city with hopes of starting construction in the spring, around the same time that the first of four 58-unit buildings already under construction should be completed. Photo by B. Munro /Windsor Star

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Re: Farhi Holdings proposes two nine-storey residential towers for Lauzon Rd., by Brian Cross, Jan. 6

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I really hope the new apartment buildings that Europro and Farhi Holdings are building on Lauzon Road will include some reasonably priced units.

Not everyone wants or can afford granite countertops or marble floors.

Finding housing in Windsor is difficult. Finding reasonably priced housing is almost impossible.

Christine Petrik, Windsor

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