Casa Grande P&Z considering 2 BTR proposals

(Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Empire Group.)

By Roland Murphy | AZBEX

The Casa Grande Planning and Zoning Commission will consider two proposals this week that – if approved and built as planned – will add 469 Build-to-Rent units to the city’s housing inventory.

Including these two projects – but omitting one master plan that has not established unit counts yet – the DATABEX project database shows a total of nine developments and up to 2,542 Build-to-Rent projects in various stages of planning and development in Casa Grande. Three of those projects: Hancock Cottonwood, The Bungalows on Florence and The Bungalows at Cottonwood and Trekell are under construction and total 696 units.

Village at Copper Sky

Empire Development is requesting a Planned Area Development amendment for 20.64 gross acres at the SWC of Florence Blvd. west of Cacheris Court. The amendment will modify the Copper Sky Marketplace PAD to add multifamily residential as a permitted use. Accompanying that request is a major site plan requesting approval of the site layout and conformance with the PAD development standards.

The request will amend the existing PAD for a 63-acre retail-zoned property that has sat vacant and undeveloped for 13 years. According to the submittal, the Build-to-Rent proposal hopes to activate the site and spur future development because, “As evidenced historically, commercial always follows rooftops.”


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