Sunday, January 19, 2014
Gilbert council switches gears, will allow zoning change for homes
Believing a long-vacant commercial corner near the Islands neighborhood in Gilbert may never produce a shopping center as originally envisioned, the Town Council this month approved a zoning change to instead allow 44 new homes at the southeastern corner of McQueen and Warner roads.
A Canadian company has since purchased the 11-acre parcel for $2.1 million and plans to begin development on a single-family community “in the near future,” according to land broker Cushman & Wakefield.
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