Frisco Planning Commission to consider workforce housing projects at regular meeting
August 1, 2017
The Frisco Planning Commission will be holding a regular meeting at town hall on Thursday, Aug. 3, at 5 p.m. and is set to discuss two workforce housing projects.
The first will be a public hearing on the Mary Ruth Place, a town-owned project that would entail nine total deed-restricted units reserved for employees of the town and local businesses.
The project includes three new structures along with a restoration of the Mary Ruth House, which would serve as one single-family dwelling unit. The other buildings would be used for a mix of duplexes and townhomes.
The commission will also review a sketch plan for a proposed 15-unit residential development at 317 Granite Street on the corner of 4th Avenue where three residential structures currently stand.
Five of the proposed units would be deed-restricted and reserved for workforce housing while the remaining 10 would be market rate.
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