Mixed-use development, including “inclusionary” units, proposed for 51st and Baltimore

October 22, 2018

Rendering of the proposed mixed-use development at 51st and Baltimore.

A three-story apartment building with commercial space on the ground floor is proposed at 51st and Baltimore. Community members are invited this Tuesday, Oct. 23 to a Cedar Park Community Zoning meeting, which will begin at 7 p.m. at the Calvary Center (48th and Baltimore).

Twelve residential units, including “inclusionary” units aimed at a variety of incomes, are proposed on the second and third floors of the building (six units are allowed by right). Passed earlier this month, the city’s inclusionary zoning bill includes sizing and height incentives for developers who include affordable housing in their residential projects.

The commercial space already has tenants – a daycare center on the first floor (this use is allowed by right) and a group practitioner on the first floor/basement (this use will require a special exception).

For more information about tomorrow’s meeting visit the event Facebook page.

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