Vero Beach could see up to 392 apartment on 41st Street after City Council OK annexations

VERO Seashore — About 42 acres ended up annexed into the metropolis Tuesday, including one particular parcel wherever just about 400 residences could be crafted.

The City Council unanimously accepted two annexation requests involving about 42 acres at 37th Street and Indian River Boulevard. Councilman John Cotugno was absent.

A person of the requests, a 26-acre parcel owned by the Gator Team Land Believe in, would permit up to 392 models at the southwest corner of the intersection, Setting up Director Jason Jeffries mentioned.

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The city would have to approve any web-site designs, and none has been submitted,Jeffries stated. House entrepreneurs have indicated they approach to establish a lesser improvement than what is allowed, he reported.

The 2nd parcel annexed — 16 acres owned by the Indian River Land Trust —would continue to be conservation land. The Land Trust was requested by the metropolis to annex at the very same time as the Gator Team due to the fact surrounding home already is in the metropolis., Govt Director Ken Grudens explained. The intent is to steer clear of producing an unincorporated enclave, he claimed.

“It would go away the house as an island,” Grudens said. The annexation will have no impact on conservation defense of the house, which would continue to be tax-exempt, he mentioned.

In 2020, the city annexed 24 vacant acres at Indian River Boulevard and 41st Road. Options for the 189-unit Palm Pointe Apartments there ended up accredited in January. That assets also is bordered on the east by conservation land owned by the Indian River Land Rely on.

Colleen Wixon is the Indian River County governing administration watchdog reporter for Speak to her at [email protected] or 772-978-2235.

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