Mill Town request for taller building, rent-by-room withdrawn

Mill Town project rendering

By Emery Cowen | Arizona Daily Sun

The developer of the Mill Town project has withdrawn a request to build the student housing complex taller than permitted by the zoning code and to rent its units by the bedroom.

Vintage Partners notified the city of its decision on Tuesday, the day after three citizens filed a letter appealing the Flagstaff Planning and Zoning Commission’s approval of the 93-foot height variance and rent-by-the-room leasing model for Mill Town.


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