264-Unit Apartment Complex Planned at Hickory Valley Road, Highway 58

Monday, June 10, 2013

A 264-unit apartment complex planned at Hickory Valley Road and Highway 58 gained approval from the Planning Commission on Monday.

The project in the 5300 block of Highway 58 is by Arlington Properties.

The site is partway in the city and partway in the county, but it is planned to have the entire tract annexed into the city.



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