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Property sale, cleanup of old depot approved

...the Watermark condominium developer Tuesday and agreed to share in contamination cleanup costs. Project developer Harry Kitchen, the president of The Foxfield Co., has agreed to pay $200,000 of the $644,000 estimated cost of cleaning...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/metro/2007-03-07/property-sale-cleanup-old-dep
Questions surround Beard donation

...developers and contractors to want to give back to the community. Such was the case with would-be Watermark Developer Harry Kitchen and wastewater treatment plant operator Operations Management International, Ms. Beard said both Wednesday and Thursday...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/metro/2009-09-18/questions-surround-beard-dona
Metro | TEE Center | Richmond County Crime
Watermark developer backs out

...riverfront property and develop a planned $100 million office-condominium-hotel-retail project. Foxfield President Harry Kitchen said the deal unraveled after he asked the city to reimburse him for environmental cleanup. The Augusta Commission...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2009/01/15/met_507760.shtml
Metro | Deke Copenhaver | Master Plan | Augusta-Richmond County Commission
Riverfront plan remains stalled

...the sale, if the company doesn't break ground within two years the city can buy back the land. Foxfield president Harry Kitchen declined interview requests, and Downtown Development Authority Executive Director Margaret Woodard said she wouldn't...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2008/09/15/met_473544.shtml
Metro | Master Plan
Several out-of-towners have become valued community partners

...Welcome home to the Loudermilks and the Raeisghasems. There will be more reason to celebrate in the near future. Harry Kitchen of the Foxfield Co. will bring a new 60,000-square-foot, Class A office building out of the ground on the city's...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2008/08/03/op_467966.shtml
Opinion columns
Watermark project delayed

...speculators chewing their fingernails, but developer Harry Kitchen says it's still a go. The $100 million project won't...she doesn't like putting time frames on things. "Harry Kitchen is not nervous," Ms. Woodard said. "He's just...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2008/07/29/met_467448.shtml
Metro
Details emerge on hotel rooms

...downtown. "There are hotels that are appropriate for downtown that are under the price point of the Marriott," said Harry Kitchen Jr., the South Carolina-based developer behind the Watermark. "Those are the ones we've been discussing, but...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/business/local-business/2008-03-27/details-eme
Local Business | Business | Downtown stadium | TEE Center
Downtown goes upscale

...office building constructed downtown was the Augusta Riverfront Center in 1994. "That's a long dry spell," said Harry Kitchen Jr., the president of The Foxfield Co., which is working on what will likely be the city's next all-new Class...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/business/local-business/2008-01-06/downtown-go
Local Business | Business
Watermark might include Hilton

...come to fruition, there will be two hotels at the Reynolds Street site, not one as previously conceived. Developer Harry Kitchen Jr., the president of Bluffton, S.C.-based The Foxfield Co., said Hilton representatives and their architects...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/business/local-business/2007-11-03/watermark-m
Local Business | Business | Master Plan
Timeline: 35 years of success, false starts

...Commission approves the sale of the former city pension property at Sixth and Reynolds streets to Watermark developer Harry Kitchen, the president of Bluffton, S.C.-based The Foxfield Co. Mr. Kitchen will pay $200,000 of the $644,000...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/metro/2007-10-21/timeline-35-years-success-fal
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