By Laura GittinsA local developer is hoping to turn his $10 million condo project into a smart city by incorporating “smart” land development.
The developer’s plans call for the development of a new apartment building in the twin city development of Cotton City and the Cotton City Village, which is located on the northwest corner of the twin cities.
The project will be one of two developments planned for Cotton City, the other being the Cotton River Towers development.
In a press release, the developer, James Gifford, said the project will “bring a new type of development to Cotton City.”
He added, “I’ve been building projects for almost 10 years and this is the biggest project I’ve done.”
The development is being called the Cotton Town Center.
The city of Cotton will be the developer’s primary tenant.
The developer said it will also be a tenant in a new hotel.
Gifford said he hopes the project can attract a new generation of developers and help them build a new business and a new life.
The city of Kansas City, Missouri, will be a major tenant of the project.
Giffard said the development will have 100 percent occupancy and will provide a large piece of land for the city to develop.
The development will also feature a retail and restaurant space.
The developers said the Cotton Center Village will also provide a unique and vibrant location for local restaurants.
The development will include a restaurant that is being designed by the renowned chef and restaurateur, Andy Wulf, who also is the chef at the Cotton Club in Oklahoma City.
Gildor said the developer also plans to have a number of other businesses and other businesses come into the Cotton Village development, including a retail restaurant and a hotel.
Cotton City Village is located in the center of Cotton County.
The Twin Cities city is in the middle of a major economic transition, with the city of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, moving its headquarters out of the downtown area.
The Cotton City development is scheduled to begin construction in 2017 and be complete by 2019.