Developer regroups after Flagstaff rejects campus housing project

Flagstaff housing project
Flagstaff housing project
The Hub rendering

By Suzanne Adams-Ockrassa | Arizona Daily Sun

In anticipation of having its rezoning application rejected, Core Campus has submitted this alternative plan for the Hub, showing the frontage on Mike’s Pike. The plan does not include ground floor stores and has 591 beds.

The rezoning request for The Hub failed to get a supermajority vote of approval Tuesday night from the Flagstaff City Council, but Core Campus is still moving forward with building the project.

Under the alternative plan, The Hub would have 591 beds instead of the 664 beds of the original plan, and 243 parking spots instead of the original 231 spots. The city would also lose out on a $500,000 contribution from Core to help finance a parking solution for the Southside area.

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