The land was rezoned in 2003 to allow for 46 residential lots, though the developer now seeks to change the zoning again to allow for a more-dense development, according to the planning records. The maximum number of lots permitted would be increased to 103, according to the records.
The Huber Heights planning commission recommended council approve the zoning change.
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The two neighborhoods flanking Quail Ridge to the east and west are well-developed, Eavenson said in the planning documents, demonstrating a demand for the new subdivision.
To the east, Lexington Place began development in 2000. Final plans for Stoney Creek, to the west, were approved in 1995.