By Suzanne Adams-Ockrassa | Arizona Daily Sun
Flagstaff City Council unanimously approved the new Timber Sky subdivision Tuesday.
The 198-acre project is located near the intersection of Woody Mountain Road and Route 66. It will have 1,300 residential units. One hundred of those units will be set aside for “workforce” housing. The price for those units will be permanently set at about $220,000, a level affordable to Flagstaff’s median income families, through a land trust program.
The subdivision will also have to meet the strictest part of the city’s Dark Sky ordinance because of its proximity to the U.S. Naval Observatory.