Parking, height changes sought for Heritage District project

Heritage North would include a hotel, some kind of multi-family project, a parking garage, offices and retail and restaurants downtown, under the plan proposed by the developer. Town of Gilbert/Gilbert Sun News

By Cecilia Chan | Gilbert Sun News

The developer behind a mixed-use development that includes a 150-room, six-story hotel in the Heritage District is requesting a 20-percent reduction in the required number of parking spaces.

The Heritage North project proposes four buildings of retail, restaurants and offices, the hotel, a stand-alone parking garage and a multi-family project with a parking garage at the southwest corner of Gilbert Road and Juniper Avenue. 

The Phoenix-based developer will fund the entire 500,000-square-foot project.

“Before the whole coronavirus thing kicked in, that’s a pretty busy area especially on the weekends,” said Planning Commission Chairman Brian Andersen at a recent study session. 

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