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Senior citizens apartment project receives green light

by | Jan 31, 2018 | Latest

By Joe Reavis

Staff Writer

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Wylie City Council last week approved a resolution supporting construction of a senior citizens apartment complex on County Line Road and tabled a zoning change for a housing development in which smaller homes would be built.

The council met in regular session Tuesday, Jan. 23, at City Hall.

Other business included accepting the fiscal year 2016-17 financial audit, establishing the design budget to improve two roads in partnership with Dallas County and hearing the annual report for Wylie Economic Development Corporation.

The senior citizens apartment complex will feature 3-story structures containing 126 units of one and two bedrooms fronting County Line Road between Vinson Road and Neva Lane. Named Heritage at Wylie, the project is being developed by NuRock Communities that operates in Texas, George and Florida.

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