Includes assist living, memory care
Plans for senior housing at Copper Sky are set to come before Maricopa Planning and Zoning Commission Monday.
Seasons Living at Copper Sky, created by Shea Connelly Development, is seeking a design review permit and rezoning.
The property is on 3.82 acres at the corner of Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and Greythorn Drive. It is planned for 146 units. According to the City’s report, the plan includes 62 assisted-living apartments, 34 memory-care units and 50 independent units.
City ordinance requires 78 parking space, and the plans include 114. According to the staff analysis, “The proposed use will not create any significant increase in vehicular or pedestrian traffic that will impact the public health, safety and welfare.”
The developer is asking that the property’s zoning change from genera mixed use to planned area development.
City staff is recommending approval of the developer’s two requests, but with 21 conditions.
P&Z meets at 6 p.m. in council chambers at City Hall, but access is limited due to COVID-19. Commissioners may participate remotely. The agenda includes a public hearing on Seasons Living. Members of the public who wish to address the commission during the public hearing will be admitted to the hearing room one at a time, or they can email comments and questions to email@example.com or call 520-326-6835 at least one hour before the meeting.
The meeting will stream live on the City’s YouTube channel, where it is also possible to leave comments. Those without Internet access may listen to the proceedings over speakers at City Hall outside council chambers while practicing social distancing.