The Canandaigua City Council is set to make a pivotal decision on a proposed townhouse development by Chrisanntha Inc. during its upcoming Thursday meeting. The development plan, introduced last July, aims to transform a 28-acre site into 134 townhouses located between North Road, Stewart Place, and Kennedy Street. The project has undergone extensive reviews and amendments by city and county planning boards.
The council’s resolution indicates that the project aligns with the city’s Planned Unit Development (PUD) ordinance and comprehensive housing plan. It suggests exempting the development from five standard requirements to reduce construction costs and, consequently, the price of the homes. These exemptions include minimum lot size, attached dwelling unit limits, sidewalk and granite curbing requirements, and garage setback rules.
The project’s approval hinges on five conditions, including independent operational infrastructure for each construction phase, specific construction vehicle routes, a performance bond, approval of stormwater management plans, and a recreation fee per residential unit.
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