CORRECTION: Lot sizes in the Cromen-Ferguson property development would be on lots a minimum of 9,000 square feet. The houses would not be that size.
Two new residential developments are being proposed before the Alpharetta Planning Commission during its first meeting of 2013 on Thursday.
A developer wants to rezone 13 acres of agricultural property so single-family homes on lots of at least 9,000 square feet. The rezoning to CUP requires an amendment to the city's Comprehensive Land Use Plan from low density to medium density residential. It will also require variances to the minimum acreage required.
The Cromen Ferguson property is at 480 and 610 Rucker Road, and has operated as a training, horseback riding lesson and horse show stable called North Field Farm.
A master plan amendment would be required to allow single-family detached for sale residential homes on approximately 20 acres on property located across from Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre on the west side of Westside Parkway. The property is within the Cousins Westside Master Plan's Pod F.
Golfers may be more interested in the other zoning application being heard by the Planning Commission on Jan. 3. TopGolf Alpharetta wants to get conditional use approval for a golf driving range at a 16-acre property at 10800 Davis Drive. The request also asks for a building height variance to allow a building 45 feet in height.
The Community Development Department also wants the Planning Commission to consider changes to the Unified Development Code that would add conditional use requirements for schools and golf driving ranges.
The Planning Commission meets at Alpharetta City Hall in City Council chambers at 7:30 p.m.
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