Hendersonville Lightning: Developer seeks rezoning for 185 apartments on Greenville Highway

Not in Flat Rock, but getting close. From the Lightning:

“A landowner and developer are seeking a rezoning in order to build 185 apartments on 6.8 acres on Greenville Highway south of Brookdale Avenue, the Hendersonville Community Development Department said.

A Neighborhood Compatibility Meeting on the request will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 14, at the City Operations Center, 305 Williams St.

David Gorman of Lock 7 Development and property owner Ann Ferguson of Winston-Salem have applied for a zoning change from Greenville Highway Mixed Use to Greenville Highway Mixed Use Conditional Zoning District for the construction of the multi-family development. Tax records show a 1,053-square-foot home on the parcel, which is otherwise vacant. The is valued on the tax books at $1,217,100.

In a Neighborhood Compatibility Meeting, the applicant is given the opportunity to explain details of a development and the public can ask questions. After that meeting, the application is subject to review by the Hendersonville Planning Board and the City Council.”

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