Queen Creek council approves final plats for Hudson Station

By Janet Perez | YourValley

Final residential and commercial plats for the Hudson Station project have been approved by the Queen Creek Town Council at its Wednesday, April 5 meeting.

Hudson Station generally will be located at the southwest corner of Signal Butte and Queen Creek roads.

In June 2022, the council approved a rezoning and commercial site plan for Hudson Station that will bring another Fry’s Marketplace and Pharmacy to the town, as well as open the door to two new residential developments.

The request for the final commercial plat was made by Barclay Group Venture Capital. The final plat is for a five-lot commercial subdivision on about 24.3 acres.

The council also approved GM Gabrych Family’s request for approval of a final plat that creates a single lot to accommodate a 240-unit, medium-density residential development on about 24 gross acres located at the southeast corner of 220th Street and Queen Creek Road. The homes will be in a rental community being built in two phases. Homes will be limited to one-story in height.


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