Garden Villa Development With 90 Units Planned At Shallowford Road, Murray Lane

Thursday, August 9, 2018

A developer is planning to construct a multi-unit garden villa residential development with 52 one-bedroom units and 38 two-bedroom units in East Brainerd.

The location is at Murray Lane and Shallowford Road.

Mike Price of MAP Engineering is listed as the applicant on the rezoning request.

It goes before the Planning Commission next Monday at 1 p.m. at the County Courthouse.

The property is owned by The Whittenbarger family.

An assisted living and a three-story apartment complex are nearby.

The Regional Planning Agency staff is recommending approval with a two-story height limit.

 


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