A vote was postponed for the proposed at the site of the former Ganley auto dealership.
The city’s architectural board of review decided to hold of a vote until its July meeting.
Architects and officials representing to the board Thursday night. Several neighbors, many of whom oppose the project, attended the meeting.
Earlier this month, the city’s planning commission tabled a decision on a request that would consolidate the property and change the south parcels from residential to commercially zoned properties.
Drug Mart officials presented redesigned site plans, that razing an 11-unit apartment building standing in the way of the development.