Featured Photo: A street view of the proposed site with the portion highlighted showing the area of the proposed apartment development adjacent to SH 195.
by Art Benavidez
Georgetown (Williamson County) –A Houston developer must resubmit a site plan for a 300-unit apartment complex, after the Planning and Zoning Commission found it non-compliant with the development code.
The 16.73 acre property, Alta Berry Creek, is not developed and will be located at 2201 SH 195 in the northern part of the city.
Wood Partners offer an apartment development consisting of 14 multi-family buildings with 45.2% waterproof coverage (7.66 acres).
The unit mix will include 44 efficiency units, 108 one-bedroom units, 108 two-bedroom units and 40 three-bedroom units.
The Austin office of Kimley-Horn prepared a site plan that showed 572 parking spaces, a water quality pond, a private holding pond, a dog park, a maintenance building, an amenity building, a monument sign, as well as as several masonry walls throughout the complex.
The development will have a 25 foot front setback and 15 foot side setbacks.
Winter Park, based in Florida Apg Asli Ix Gp, LLC owns the property through the entity Berry Creek (Georgetown) ASLI IX LLC.
Rockwall based Design Balance Inc. and the Houston office of SDC Engineers, LLC are on board the project team.
This was the second review of this request; it was also examined by the committee on July 20.