Mixed Density Residential
- Jordan Ramis client wanted to include 90-plus acres inside the urban growth boundary (UGA).
- There were no urban services nearby.
- There was no vision for the property.
- The property needed to be annexed, zoned, and infrastructure planning put in place.
- A public elementary school was needed for the area.
- Legal challenges to annexation and development entitlement were inevitable.
- There were severe transportation mitigation issues.
- The Jordan Ramis team guided the developer to create a vision for the property to promote inclusion within the boundary.
- Jordan Ramis communicated the vision to the city and county and gained inclusion into the UGA.
- The property was annexed, zoning was developed, infrastructure planning was completed, and our client entered into a 10-year development agreement with the city.
- Jordan Ramis guided our client to purchase additional property to resolve transportation issues. The additional property could also be used for additional development.
- Approval was secured for a master-planned, mixed-density residential development with more than 400 units.
- An elementary school was included within the development.