Proposed height limit changes at Willetta and Central rejected

A sign announcing the rezoning hearing is located at N. Central Avenue and E. Willetta Street on Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2019. / Photo by Thomas Triolo / Downtown Devil

 

By Thomas Triolo | Downtown Devil

The Phoenix City Council’s Planning and Economic Development Subcommittee voted on Tuesday to indefinitely postpone changing a height restriction on a land parcel at Central Avenue and Willetta Street.

The vote follows a recommendation for disapproval for the change from the Central City Village Planning Committee and a recommendation for approval from the Phoenix Planning Commission.

The parcel is an undeveloped lot located at the two streets’ northwest corner south of the Old Spaghetti Factory restaurant. To accomplish the height change, the text of the Downtown Code would need an amendment.

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