24-unit Summit Townhomes get final OK from Ann Arbor City Council
The Ann Arbor City Council voted unanimously, with no council members absent, to approve the site plan and development agreement for the Summit Townhomes project at 2081 E. Ellsworth Road at its regular meeting Monday night.
The 24-unit development will be built in a 2.95-acre parcel on the south side of Interstate 94 just east of the intersection of Stone School and East Ellsworth roads by the developer, GROWWWWLEE LLC of Orlando.
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Access to the development will be off of Ellsworth Road.
The Planning Commission previously had a number of concerns regarding the steep slope on the eastern half of the property, which was a result of previous dumping and filling on the site.
As a result, a large amount of soil will need to be removed from the site.
The property is vacant and contains 12 landmark trees, which will have to be cut down and removed prior to construction. A house and detached garage that formerly were on the property already have been demolished.
A vacant adjacent parcel of land directly north of the townhome site is owned by the Ann Arbor Public Schools, as the other end abuts Bryant Elementary School.
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