Blue Ridge Gets Green Light for Redevelopment of Lawndale Site for 216-Unit Community

From the Greensboro News & Record:

The 9.96-acre site currently holds an unused apartment complex. The property was last rezoned in 2010, represented by local real estate firm Isaacson Isaacson Sheridan Fountain & Leftwich, in order for a developer to renovate the property. But a lender foreclosed on the property, which was originally built in the 70s, attorney Marc Isaacson said…

High Point’s Blue Ridge Development Services is looking to demolish the old apartments and build a new development with amenities including a “bark park” and a dog wash, Isaacson said. The same firm is leading the company through their current zoning request. 

The current zoning – Conditional District Residential Multifamily 26 – normally allows for 26 units per acre, but a condition of the 2010 zoning limits the developer to 20 units per acre.

Blue Ridge wants to adjust that condition to 22 units per acre, so it can build a 216 unit complex on the properties at 105 Tall Oaks Drive, Isaacson said. 

Greensboro’s Zoning Commission unanimously approved Blue Ridge’s rezoning request during it’s December 8th meeting.