The Estes Valley Planning Commission unanimously approved a preliminary plat and a rezone Tuesday for Wildfire Acres, a 128-unit housing community made up of a mix of single-family homes, townhomes, and condominiums, 88 of which will be designated as the workforce.
The development, which is on Wildfire Road, covers just over 16 acres of land.
Under the preliminary plat approval, the four existing parcels on the property will be divided into two blocks with 43 total lots. Fourteen of those lots will be used for detached single-family homes, and 26 of them will be for townhomes. The developers will allocate two lots for condominium projects and one lot for an office for Crossroads Ministry.
The existing land in the subject area is currently made up of vacant, residential and office land that’s zoned CH-Commercial Heavy, O-Office, E-Estate, and RE-Rural Estate. The proposed rezone for the property was to make it O-Office, E-Estate, R-Single Family Residential, and RM-Multi Family Residential. The Board approved that motion Tuesday.
Commissioner Steve Murphree said that this is the “highest and best use of this land” that he could picture.
The Board agreed.
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