Cole Chandler, a nonprofit director working with the city, said he hopes to find three more locations, each for 50 tents and 60 people.
One of them will replace Dunbar Kitchen and Tap House, which operated at 2844 Welton St.
A 15th Street facelift is coming into focus.
“I’m working with some voices that have not been center stage,” said Jordan Smiley.
The Mediterranean-style abode was renovated and expanded by the current owner in 2014.
“We’re sandwiched between two hot tub stores and we’re right on the highway,” but the new spot has more space and a trail down to the river, owner Tucker Ladd said.
Patrinely’s 30-story office tower at 675 15th St. has topped out and is expected to be completed in December.
“We still have a fairly healthy membership base but nothing like before,” said the owner of The River Yoga.
“Right now the city has indicated that they are no longer accepting applications for affordable housing projects, which really needs to be clarified,” one panelist said.
This summer, American tourists have replaced international ones, who used to account for 25 percent of the company’s business.