Geeks and Greeks: Chapel Hill Council Approves Longfellow Proposal, Denies Rezoning for Tower Next to Sorority House That Would Replace D&D Bar
At their final meeting before the new mayor and council are sworn in, Chapel Hill town council members said a 12-story tower proposed next to the Phi Mu sorority house, which would replace the Gathering Place gaming bar, was not a good fit.
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