By Josh Martinez | Scottsdale Independent
The city of Scottsdale is hoping to enter phase two of its Skye on McDowell by seeking the approval of a resolution and ordinance that would help move the project forward at the city’s Monday, Oct. 10 city council meeting.
Both resolutions focus on a 3.2-acre site adjacent to the already-approved site that will feature 58 lots. If approved, the site would add an additional 21 units to the subdivision, bringing the total to 79 units, according to a city staff proposal.
However, to get to that point, the city would need to change the use of the 3.2-acre site from mixed use neighborhoods to urban neighborhoods through a non-major amendment to the city of Scottsdale General Plan 2001, the proposal states.
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