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Two Apartment Projects Proposed in Lexington

Posted By: Jon Lowder Blog ,

Lexington's City Council will be considering two zoning requests for proposed apartment projects at their meeting this evening. From The-Dispatch.com:

The Lexington City Council will consider two major zoning permits for multi-unit apartment complex projects during its regular meeting at 6 p.m. on June 8 at City Hall.

One of the two permits being considered is for the renovation of the Dunbar School building into apartments for seniors and people with disabilities. The other major zoning permit is for a 300-unit, 12-building apartment complex off of Old Salisbury Road near Old Hargrave Road...

The City of Lexington has received an application from Shelter Investments Development Corporation for the renovation of Dunbar School, located at 301 Smith Avenue into 72 apartment units for seniors and persons with disabilities. The property is owned by Catholic Diocese of Charlotte...

Also during the meeting, the Lexington City Council will also consider approving a major zoning request for a 300-unit apartment complex on Old Salisbury Road near old Hargrave Road...

According to the major zoning permit application, the project will include 300 units of one- and two-bedroom apartments in 12 apartment buildings consisting of 24 to 30 units per building. The complex will include a clubhouse and pool, as well as, 445 parking spaces, including 392 surface parking, 23 handicap parking, and five parking garages.