LINCOLN -- The downtown area could soon see a new grocery store and row-style housing development. City leaders got an up-close look last night at the $28 million project near 21st and N Street. Row-style houses would range from 1,800 to 2,900 square feet. One potential grocer is Hy-Vee, but the size of the property might not be big enough. The nearly $28 million project would be funded through tax increment financing (TIF) and private funding.