The Applicant is proposing to re-zone the subject parcel from A and C-4 to R-MF. A multifamily residential community with a maximum of 484 units and 811 parking spaces is proposed (see attached preliminary conceptual plan entitled, “MALLSIDE DRIVE APARTMENTS – CONCEPTUAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN”, dated January 22, 2021, prepared by Collins Engineering (the “Conceptual Plan”). The community will offer market-rate rental dwellings, with professional management services marketed towards residents of all ages. The project will consist of 11 residential buildings, of which a minimum of half will be 4-story, interior corridor, elevator-served buildings. Garden-style walk-up buildings will be included as well, to provide a greater product offering and pricing range. The community will be constructed in two (2) phases and include significant amenities such as a dog park, fitness center, swimming pool with resort-style pool deck, clubhouse, outdoor kitchen and eating areas, and more. Phase I is anticipated to include 4, 4-story buildings and 4, 3-story buildings, for a total of 326 apartment units and 618 parking spaces – 206 units are proposed as elevator served and 120 units as walk-up. Phase II anticipates an additional 158 units and 193 parking spaces – all Phase II units are anticipated to be elevator served. As depicted on the Conceptual Plan, primary vehicular access will be provided by two (2) full access driveways with one connecting to Mall Drive and a second to Dunbrook Road – an additional third driveway will be stubbed to the adjacent property to the south for potential future connection. No signalization is currently planned or anticipated as needed at these locations. The buildings’ exteriors will include a combination of upgrading finishes such as manufactured stone and cementitious siding – no vinyl siding will be used on building exteriors. Final architecturals have yet to be finalized. Site grading and layout will be designed to minimize disturbance of wetland areas and promote greenspace. The site plan will focus on pedestrian walkability, not only within the community, but also to the adjacent commercial/retail uses – creating a mixed-use living environment that emphasizes the surrounding businesses as community amenities. With the exception of possible irrigation wells, all water and sanitary sewer services will be connected to County-owned and County-maintained supply mains. No sanitary sewer pump stations are anticipated as necessary to serve this community. On-site BMP measures are anticipated to meet stormwater management requirements.
- No additional documentation available at this time.
Questions regarding this case? Email the Zoning Team.