Stick to the plan for 800 Glenwood

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"Affordable housing is a cornerstone of the Atlanta BeltLine vision, intended to support a diverse workforce and ensure the Atlanta BeltLine’s economic, cultural, and health benefits accrue to people of all income levels." --

On May 6th, 2014 the Mayor and City Council passed 14-0-1117 which rezoned 800 Glenwood from MR-5A/BLO (MULTIFAMILY RESIDENTIAL/BELTLINE OVERLAY) DISTRICT to PD-MU/BLO (PLANNED DEVELOPMENT-MIXED USE/BELTLINE OVERLAY.) That rezoning was conditioned on the conceptual Zoning Plan and an Infrastructure Plan ("The Site Plan") prepared by Pieper O'Brien Herr Architects dated April 10, 2014. The Site Plan includes Parcel "E" which is 200 units with an average of 750 square feet per unit, a total size of 150,000 square feet and a floor area ratio of .17.

Fuqua Development has begun to "socialize" rezoning Parcel "E" to C-3 Commercial Residential. Fuqua Development promised The City of Atlanta and Grant Park residents, in particular, Parcel "E" would be affordable, senior housing. We demand that the City of Atlanta and Fuqua Development "Stick to the Plan" and build affordable housing as promised.

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