Aura development on High Country Trail takes a second swing

By Adrian Skabelund |AZ Daily Sun

A development on High Country Trail that was shot down last year by the Planning and Zoning Commission is ready for a second try. The Aura development, by Texas-based Trinsic Development, is set to go before the commission on Dec. 9.

Trinsic is requesting that 11 acres of the 16-acre parcel be rezoned to accommodate a multifamily apartment building. The parcel itself, west of Lake Mary Road, is bisected by High Country Trail and power lines.

As such, the buildings would only be on the southern portion of the property and set back significantly from the road. The northern section of the property will remain undeveloped and is home to a historic structure.

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