Joe Adgie / The Newnan Periods-Herald
A parcel of land formerly operated by Caldwell Tanks is getting eyed by a developer interested in constructing a 150-good deal advancement. The land is situated on Reduced Fayetteville Highway west of the Newnan Crossing Bypass.
A developer is fascinated in creating a planned development on Reduce Fayetteville Highway west of the Newnan Crossing Bypass, and has requested the land be annexed into the town of Newnan.
The home is around 31.79 acres in measurement and is situated at 521 Decreased Fayetteville Road, a residence formerly utilized by Caldwell Tanks.
In accordance to town paperwork, Lennar Homes is interested in getting the residence zoned PDR, for Prepared Development Residential District, and the applicant is searching for to assemble a blend of 90 single-relatives houses and 60 townhouse units.
The single loved ones loads will be 42 feet broad by 130 feet extended, and the townhome heaps will be 20 toes large by 90 ft prolonged, according to Jeff Anthony, vice president of land acquisitions for Lennar.
Single-household houses would be, at a least, 1,400 square feet whilst townhomes would be 1,200 ft at a bare minimum.
Parks and open areas will be preserved by a homeowner’s association, and the h2o and sewer support would be delivered by the metropolis of Newnan. The parks and open spaces outlined on the packet include a pavilion, a pet park and a multi-use lawn.
This is the second time the residence has been regarded as for annexation and rezoning. Very last 12 months, Lennar Houses was intrigued in annexing and rezoning the exact assets, but asked for the item be pulled from the agenda just before the Newnan City Council’s assembly on Nov. 23.
At that time, a consultant from Lennar Households reported they desired far more time to “work out some small modifications in our settlement to buy the home with the vendor.”
The place is at the moment zoned RC, for Rural Conservation. Caldwell Serious Estate Holdings is nonetheless the outlined owner of the parcel of land, which is generally surrounded by land annexed into the town of Newnan, with the exception of a person subdivision southwest of the land.
The Newnan Metropolis Council will vote on referring the issue to the Newnan Arranging Commission at their conference Tuesday. There is no community hearing scheduled for the subdivision.
The Newnan Town Council meets Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. at the Richard A. Bolin Council Chambers of Newnan City Corridor, situated at 25 Lagrange St. in Newnan.