Mountain Trace Development received the recommendation of Maricopa Planning & Zoning Commission for a rezoning of 5.83 acres from light industrial to general mixed use. The company, which has 14 apartment complexes in Arizona and 60 more in Illinois and Indiana, is planning multi-family housing at the site of Oasis at the Wells, between Walmart and Banner Health on Porter Road.
IHOP received a permit to build a new commercial building at Edison Pointe. It is planned for 4,767 square feet, to be constructed by Straightline Builders Inc., and valued at $628,000. The project was also granted a variance for its setback on the property at the northeast corner of John Wayne Parkway and Edison Road.
Empty business suites at Maricopa Fiesta continue to undergo modifications. Suite D8 is being modified into an open white-shell, and suite D4B is being separated into an independent suite to be renovated into a white-shell, tenant-ready suite. East Valley Cardiology received a business license for a suite in Maricopa Fiesta.
The former Zoyo Yogurt shop is changing into a Rosati’s Pizza at 21423 N. John Wayne Parkway. Contractor Imagine Builders received a permit to demolish the current interior. The remodeling project is valued at $150,000.
DRH Construction received a permit for a sales/construction office a 36894 W. Maddaloni Ave. as well as permits for a welcome sign and attention flags. Treasured Smiles Children’s Dentistry, 21300 N. John Wayne Parkway, was also given the OK for monument signs.
KB Home was given a temporary use permit for a model home complex at 18198 N. Christopher Drive.
This item appears in the October issue of InMaricopa.