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To date, approval has been given for approximately 75% of the total housing allowed in The Meadows. We estimate that the neighborhood will only reach approximately 78% to 80% of the maximum allowed housing units; however, there is still a significant amount of commercial property to be developed. You can view the properties within The Meadows (and throughout the Town) that have yet to be developed and their allowed uses on the Town’s Undeveloped Properties map here.
Updated Aug. 10, 2023
The Town on Nov. 2, 2023, received a preapplication meeting request seeking information on requirements to amend the Church of the Rock’s development plan to allow for additional uses. The proposal from the church, at 4881 Cherokee Drive, includes uses such as a new community worship center with related services; housing options that include guest suites for short-term stays, assisted living, attainable housing for seniors, disabled and/or workforce housing; family wellness center and workspace; and community services, food storage, gardens, maintenance, recreation and parking. This meeting request is not a formal request for the Town’s consideration of these uses.
The church's current zoning does not allow housing. If the church wants to pursue changes to its zoning, it needs to submit a formal application to the Town. Before submitting an application, they would have to hold a public neighborhood meeting. At least three public neighborhood meetings would be required as part of the process. Properties within 500 feet of the church’s land would receive mailed notices from the church, along with additional notice requirements.
Criteria in Town law guide how staff looks at land use applications. If staff receives an application, the review process would take six to nine months or longer. Staff would evaluate if the proposal complies with the Town's Comprehensive Master Plan and if it's compatible with adjoining properties, along with reviewing it for any other associated issues. Ultimately, the proposal would go to a public hearing at the Planning Commission, which would provide a recommendation to Town Council.
Town Council consideration requires one formal public hearing. If Council adopts an ordinance on first reading at that public hearing, a second reading is required for final approval. Town Council and Planning Commission consideration occurs in a quasi-judicial fashion, meaning they have to apply Town law to the facts presented at the public hearing and make a determination whether the application meets Code requirements and, therefore, is approved or denied.
Updated Nov. 3, 2023
The Meadows Town Center is zoned for mixed-use development, which includes retail, office space, commercial and residential uses - single-family homes (attached and detached), condos, townhomes and apartments. It's zoned for a maximum of 3,679 dwelling units and a maximum height of 60 feet, and up to 75 feet if approved by a Use by Special Review.
Updated Jan. 20, 2023