Lexington Road mixed-use plan sent to P&Z
A zone change request for a mixed-use development at 2101 Lexington Road was reviewed Tuesday and sent to the Planning Commission, which will conduct a public hearing on the proposal.
Lots zoned for business uses are planned along Lexington Road, with proposed residential uses – apartments, townhouses and patio homes – in the rear of “Woodford Place.”
The developer of the property (2101, LLC) wants to rezone 63.012 acres from A-1 (agriculture) to B-4 (business) and R-4 (residential) in order to move forward with the project.
The Technical Review Committee (TRC) also forwarded an amended development plan for Daisy Hill Assisted Living at 1001 Crossfield Drive to the Planning Commission. The plan proposes assisted living and memory care units, as well as independent living villas. Construction plans for the project were sent to Versailles Public Works for letters of approval before a grading permit is issued.
An amended development plan for Clark’s Pump-N-Shop at 3590 Lexington Road, which proposes adding a new diesel fueling station and a drive-through for its existing store was sent to the commission.
Construction plans for a proposed new veterinary facility for VCA Woodford Animal Hospital at 1325 Lexington Road were not forwarded to the commission, but will need to come back for further review by TRC.
A zone change request for 137.743 acres, from A-1 to I-1 (light industrial), on Georgetown Road (Ky. 341/Homer Michael Freeny Jr. Trust property) will be resubmitted for TRC review next month.
A zone change request (from A-1 to A-4), development plan and final plat to subdivide 2.144 acres into two lots at 10165 Clifton Road (James and Gloria Donnell property/Millville small community) was sent to the commission.