Last industrial land on Peachtree City’s northside may go for homes

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Members of the Peachtree City Planning Commission include, from left, commissioners J.T. Rabun and Jack Bernard, Chairman Frank Destadio, and commissioners Paul Gresham and Lisa Curtis. Photo/Ben Nelms.
Members of the Peachtree City Planning Commission include, from left, commissioners J.T. Rabun and Jack Bernard, Chairman Frank Destadio, and commissioners Paul Gresham and Lisa Curtis. Photo/Ben Nelms.

One of the remaining industrial-zoned properties on Peachtree City’s northwest side will soon be up for consideration to have the zoning changed to residential.


Above, members of the Peachtree City Planning Commission include, from left, commissioners J.T. Rabun and Jack Bernard, Chairman Frank Destadio, and commissioners Paul Gresham and Lisa Curtis. Photo/Ben Nelms.


A non-voting workshop item on the Feb. 26 agenda, Century Communities representatives were asking that 66 acres in Wilksmoor Village at 180 Senoia Road be rezoned from general industrial (GI) to residential.

The property, which is surrounded on three sides by subdivisions, is located north of MacDuff parkway and is in the area of the Everton and Cresswind developments.

The applicant wants to construct 175 single-family units of one- and two-story homes which could be age-targeted.

Density would be 2.65 homes per acre. Adjacent residential developments are 2.3-2.7 units per acre.

The proposal could be up for a vote at a subsequent meeting.