Chandler approves data center ordinance following input from Rose Law Group Senior Partner and Real Estate Transactions Department Chair, Cameron Carter

(Via City of Chandler)

By Ron Davis | Phoenix Business Journal

Chandler City Council approved ordinances Monday for a new provisions on data center development and a new downtown mixed-use development.

Council unanimously voted to collectively approve adoption of a zoning code amendment for the location and operation of data centers and a rezoning and preliminary development plan for The District Downtown on its consent agenda, which included other ordinances.

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“We worked with the City staff after the Nov. 10 meeting to make adjustments to clarify requirements and the process for data center development to go forward.  The approved ordinance includes the changes our client needed.”

Rose Law Group Senior Partner and Real Estate Transactions Department Chair, Cameron Carter

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