66-Unit Community Proposed in Southern Forsyth County

March 17, 2016 at 2:46 pm 1 comment

The City-County Planning Board in Forsyth County has indicated it supports a proposed 66-unit apartment community off of Peters Creek Parkway near the Davidson County line. From an article in the Winston-Salem Journal:

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Gardner Capital Development wants to build The Reserve at Hickory Commons on 5.36 acres at 1295 Hartman Plaza Drive. The property is currently zoned for highway business-special use and has been commercially zoned since 1986. It is near A Child’s World Learning Center.

The project’s site plan shows four-, two- and three-story apartment buildings, along with a one-story clubhouse…

The planning staff has recommended approval of the project.

“It’s within the Oliver’s Crossing Activity Center and it is located along the Peters Creek Parkway Growth Corridor,” said Gary Roberts, a project planner for city-county planning and development services. “Legacy (2030 Comprehensive Plan for Winston-Salem and Forsyth County) calls for higher density residential along growth corridors and in activity centers.”

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