Packard Square is a name for a development proposed on the site of the Georgetown Mall. Craig Schubiner of Harbor Georgetown LLC was the original developer.
The site has a brownfield on it from the former location of Georgetown Cleaners, a dry cleaner.
October 13, 2017. Packard Square bankruptcy opinions and order. "Packard Square LLC filed for bankruptcy. In these opinions, the court denied motions seeking possession of the project site and building and seeking permission to grant primacy of being for new financing of the project. The Court dismisses the bankruptcy and orders that no new bankruptcy aton be filed regarding this project for two years."
December 22, 2016. Officials talk challenges, future of Ann Arbor's Packard Square project. MLive
December 21, 2016. Public meeting at Cobblestone Farm regarding the status of construction. Video, by Patrick Murphy. In attendance: Derek Delacourt, City of Ann Arbor; Albert Berriz, McKinley; Jennifer Nguyen, Georgetown Neighborhood Association; CM Jack Eaton, Fourth Ward; CM Graydon Krapohl, Fourth Ward.
November 15, 2016. Court orders McKinley to oversee building of Packard Square in Ann Arbor. MLive.
May 27, 2016. Electrical workers walk off Packard Square job site citing unfair labor practices. MLive.
October 28, 2014. Canyon Funds Construction of Packard Square Near University of Michigan. Mixed-Use Complex to Include 249 Residential Units and Playground in Growing Ann Arbor Neighborhood. Businesswire.
July 10, 2013. County Board OKs 2 Brownfield Plans. Ann Arbor Chronicle.
January 7, 2013. Packard Square Revisions Finally OK’d. Ann Arbor Chronicle.
March 15, 2011. Packard Square Site Plan Approved. Ann Arbor Chronicle.