Farmington residents have an opportunity January 8 to comment on a proposal that will bring 14 single family homes to the former 47th District Courthouse property on 10 Mile between Power and Farmington Roads.
The Farmington Planning Commission public hearing begins at 7 p.m., in council chambers at Farmington City Hall, 23600 Liberty St.
City officials in October approved a $250,000 offer from Boji Development, Inc., doing business as 10 Mile Development Group, LLC, for the nearly 4-acre property. Boji plans to demolish the former courthouse, which has been vacant for more than 14 years.
The Planned Unit Development (PUD) concept plan shows homes lining a single street that empties out onto 10 Mile Road. The street “stubs” at the border with Farmington Public Schools bus garage and administrative center property.
The meeting agenda, which also includes a review of plans to expand a medical building at Shiawassee and Orchard Lake Roads, is posted at farmgov.com.
VERDICT ON FARMINGTON COURTHOUSE PROPERTY: SOLD
FARMINGTON COMMISSION GETS FIRST LOOK AT COURTHOUSE PROPERTY PLAN
FARMINGTON SELLS COURTHOUSE PROPERTY, PENDING APPROVALS
HILLS DEVELOPER MAY BRING 14 NEW HOMES TO FARMINGTON
FARMINGTON OFFICIALS REVIEW NEW COURTHOUSE PROPERTY PLANS
ANALYSIS: FARMINGTON COURTHOUSE PROPERTY NO EASY SELL