A potential senior living complex offering a continuum of care from independent and assisted living to memory care has met some requirements by the Edmond City Council.
TCG Development requested the changes to property located north of Danforth, generally west of Coltrane, said Bob Schiermeyer, city planner. A brick fence will separate the property from the Faircloud addition to the north.
The land to the east is undeveloped open display commercial zoning. To the west is single family zoning.
Plans are for the facility to have 80 full-time employees with a $2 million annual payroll, said attorney Randel Shadid, representing TCG Development.
“The proposal is to provide for a planned unit development that provides multi-family, but it also allows for this commercial use,” Schiermeyer said. “So if in the event the multi-family doesn’t proceed on with the site plan, plat and building permit, then it would be used as a D-1 restricted commercial…,” Schiermeyer said.
Councilman Darrell Davis issued the no vote in the 4-1 decision to amend the Edmond Plan from mixed use business development. He contended that the city would lose commercial property. Shadid said wherever residential property has been zoned, the council will look to rezone another area for commercial use.
The council voted 5-0 to rezone the property from general agricultural to a single family district.
This 10-acre tract would have a two-story building with 40 residential units of independent living at the south end of the property, Schiermeyer said. There also would be a one story 97-residential unit structure for assisted living that would include memory care.
The City Council will consider this item further when examining the site plan request at a later date, Mayor Charles Lamb said.
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