SEDONA: 52-unit apartment complex proposed

Sedona Red Rock News

By Ron Eland | Sedona Red Rock News

More than 50 people turned out at the Sedona Public Library to hear a proposal regarding an apartment complex off Andante Drive. Most of those who came on Tuesday, April 16, were opposed to a two-story, 52-unit complex being developed by Zach Richardson and Marc Sterling, citing additional traffic, noise and density as some of the concerns.

Those few who spoke in favor said workforce or affordable housing is needed in order to allow people to live in the city in which they work.

“We’re trying to develop a project that is community-minded,” Richardson said.

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