Developer lowers number of four bedroom units in Butler/Sawmill development; council wants more

Adrian Skabelund | Arizona Daily Sun


Planned development across from Aspen Place/Adrian Skabelund | Arizona Daily Sun

Negotiations will continue between the Flagstaff City Council and Houston-based developer Asset Plus Corporation after the former decided to postpone any decision on latter’s request to rezone two parcels of land.

Currently, the property is home to the closed Jeld-Wen Windows and Doors facility.

Council made the decision to postpone in order to give the public more time to comment on the matter, as the Feb. 5 meeting fell on the same day as this pas week’s snowstorm.

The city’s planning and zoning commission approved the development with relative ease last month, but council has been far more skeptical of the request and has asked for a number of concessions from Asset Plus.


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