The Fayetteville City Council opened there doors Monday, March 28 to the public. The current council had been meeting at the FAST training room since covid and renovations to city hall.
The following adenda items that affect real estate are below.
Approved a special use permit to allow four single-family attached townhome units in a single-family residential zoning district. The townhomes will be located at 611 Law Road. The total acreage is 0.9.
Approved a special use permit to allow four duplex units in a single-family residential zoning district. The duplexes will be located 5473 and 5487 law road the total acreage is 1.13.
Approved a special use permit to allow nine single familly attached townhomes in a single-family residential. The property is located at 6322 Roaeford Road on Little Drive and is 2.25 acres.
Approved text amendments to the Unified Development Ordinance to allow a dwelling, and multi-unit single family to be detached on one lot. This text amendment is required for the applicant Next Chapter Holdings.
Who is Next Chapter and what will they build?
(from website) For today’s renters, Next Chapter Neighborhoods offers an exciting, unique value proposition: all the comforts of owning a home, with all the convenience of renting.
Our thoughtfully planned developments provide the privacy and charm of single-family cottages, the warmth of a genuine community, and amenities and natural beauty that inspire good neighbors to create great neighborhoods.
They’re wonderful places to live. And we think they’re going to change what it means to rent a home.
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The highly contraversial special-use permit for a nonprofit organization that will develop a federal prison called a “halfway house” was approved. Voting in oposition were councilmembers Hair, Kinston, Ingram and Jensen.