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The latest plans for a 5-story, 80-unit apartment building on Sigwalt Street between Highland and Chestnut avenues were rejected by the Arlington Heights village board Monday night.
Downtown Arlington Heights apartment project rejected again
After rejecting an earlier version, the Arlington Heights village board Monday also denied the latest plan for an apartment complex on a portion of a long-vacant block in the downtown.
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