Flagstaff zoning commission mulls changes to future Hubs

By Corina Vanek | Arizona Daily Sun

A series of “short term” amendments to the city’s transect zoning code garnered a mixed reaction from the Planning and Zoning Commission last week, with some commissioners concerned the amendments did not go far enough and others believing they were trying to prevent a problem that could not happen anyway.

“The problem is the current code allows development of buildings that are too large in bulk and mass for existing neighborhoods,” Flagstaff Zoning Code Manager Brian Kulina said, using The Hub, a 591-bed student apartment building built under the transect zoning code as an example.

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