After getting a closer look at the site of a planned community along Freedom Road, developers are shifting gears before moving forward.
In March, the Breckenridge development gained approval from the Board of Supervisors to construct 112 townhouses on an 18-acre space which formerly housed five separate parcels of land.
During the August 25 Board meeting, developers returned to request a revision to that plan. The major change focuses on stormwater, with four underground detention basins replacing a previously planned pond. The number of units increases slightly by five units. The project still quadruples the required amount of open space.
As previously approved, the development offers a significant pedestrian system of both sidewalks and trails. Planned expansion of Freedom Road, as well as a stormwater study, will ensure the project’s impact on surrounding areas is minimal.