Flag approves Flagstaff at Fourth as Juniper Point is resurrected

Flagstaff at Fourth development. Adrian Skabelund

By Adrian Skabelund | AZ Daily Sun

Following their decision two weeks ago, Flagstaff City Council gave final approval on the Flagstaff at Fourth project and OK’d plans for another development that last received attention over a decade ago.

The Juniper Point project was approved by the city council in 2006, with construction slated to begin in 2008. But on Tuesday night, the councilmembers unanimously approved phase one of the master planned community on JW Powell Boulevard.

The entire Juniper Point project is set to encompass 105 acres on the north side of JW Powell and east of Lone Tree Road. When it is finally built out, the project is likely to bring more than 1,500 homes. Council approved the early plans for just 38 of those homes on Tuesday, with the residential subdivision taking up just over 17 acres.

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