Upcoming meetings required of developers by New Hanover County will cover plans for new homes, apartments, a private community boating project and a storage facility.
A community meeting Tuesday will provide more information about plans for a private recreation/community boating facility that needs the rezoning of 129 acres near Brentwood Drive and Palmetto Road, including the 7.45-acre Corbett Island. The conditional use rezoning would change the property's designation from industrial to residential. A site plan
calls the planned community River Breeze.
The session for the boating facility rezoning takes place at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday in the first floor conference room at 221 N. Front St. and is being conducted by Coastal Land Design on behalf of Corbett Package Co.
A meeting Thursday involving The Landing at Lewis Plantation by McAdams Homes will "cover the proposed conditional zoning district, special use permit and/or re-zoning of 5 parcels of land located at 4702, 4706, 4714, 4718 Gordon Road ... from B-2 and O&I [Office & Institutional] to R-15 High Density providing for 236 single family lots and 192 multi-family units," according to a letter
from Robbie Parker of Lee Law Firm.
The meeting will be 6 to 7 p.m. Thursday at the Hilton Garden Inn at Mayfaire Community Center, 6745 Rock Spring Road.
On Market Street, The Carroll Companies Inc., on behalf of property owner Liberty Baptist Church of Wilmington Inc., is proposing to apply for a zoning map amendment for a storage facility.
The request would change the zoning of 7957 Market St. from O&I to Conditional Use District-Highway Business (CUD B2). Law firm Nexsen Pruet is hosting a community meeting on the plan from 6 to 7 p.m. June 12 in the Fellowship Hall of Liberty Baptist Church, 7957 Market St.
for the project show an 85,000-square-foot Bee Safe Storage facility planned for the site. The Carroll Companies website describes Bee Safe Storage and Wine Cellar projects as "multi-level, urban storage centers" that "provide prestigious indoor self-storage conveniences that are better suitable for an upscale lifestyle."