Senior-housing project in Prescott gets final OK, work could begin in fall

Prescott senior livingBy Cindy Barks | The Daily Courier

A senior-housing project that won initial city approval in 2014 despite strong opposition from neighbors could be under the first phase of construction within a month.

At their Tuesday, April 28, meeting, Prescott City Council members approved the final plat for the “Touchmark at the Ranch” project, which is planned on North Lee Boulevard, east of the Highway 69 Wal-Mart.

Touchmark’s Senior Vice President of Development and Construction, Richard Wessell, said after the meeting that the final plat approval sets the stage for initial construction work on grading, underground utilities, landscaping, and streets.

Although the company is still awaiting the necessary permits from the city, Wessell was hopeful that the infrastructure work would begin within the next 30 days.


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