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A 21-unit rear-loading townhome development pitched by Icon Residential (Website), on behalf of Dill Investment Partnership, could be coming to the corner of Highland and Park Lake [GMap].

The proposed three-story, single-family residences would sit on a 0.98 acre block that is zoned for Res-High in the Future Land Use Designation map. According to the application, the developers of the infill project do not need to perform an Environmental Assessment or a Traffic Impact Analysis.

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The site currently hosts two, one-story buildings built in 1955 and a shared parking lot, with the remaining space being undeveloped. The design has incorporated four large oak trees that are currently located on the site into the development.

The project must still get City approval before moving forward.

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  1. If this gets approved, the construction will bee 10 feet from my bedroom window. We are trying to find out what we can do about it.

  2. Hipster infill can surely be compatible. Although it seems most developers are just greedy ego driven poo.

  3. Have the developers even been to the proposed site and walked the neighborhood? Park Lake is a beautiful, established neighborhood with tons of historic worthy homes. This boxy, clip art style of architecture is completely incompatible. Can’t we do better??