Infill housing proposed in East Valley

By Mike Sunnucks | Rose Law Group Reporter

A 36-unit infill housing development is being proposed for vacant land in Chandler next to the Loop 202 freeway at McQueen Road and Willis Road.

The Village at Hamilton Landing is being proposed by New Village Homes for a 5.8-acre parcel.

The residential development would include 36 single family attached units in groups of three, four, five, seven and eight, according to city documents.

Plans call for 13 two bedroom and 23 three bedroom units.

Half of the site is located on unincorporated county land. Chandler is being asked to annex the county land and then rezone the parcels “from Agricultural District (AG-1) to Planned Area Development (PAD)  for single-family attached residential.” according to a council summary.

“The applicant initially proposed a multifamily development with a higher density, but after receiving concerns from residents, the plans were changed to be a single family-attached development with a lower density,” according to council documents on the rezoning request.

The Chandler City Council is scheduled to consider the annexation aspect of the  residential development on Dec. 6.

The city’s Planning & Zoning Commission will look at the rezoning request and preliminary plat approvals on Nov. 17.

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