Developer seeks rezoning to construct residences around Erie airport

A community growth organization is requesting a zoning change essential to establish a multi-family members development along Wilkins Street south of West Lake Road in Millcreek.

Neighbors are lobbying for the residence to stay vacant.

NLA IV Genuine Estate Holdings LLC of Millcreek is inquiring the Millcreek Township Scheduling Commission to rezone the 20-acre parcel for higher-density residential development. High-density zoning permits backyard-design and style and significant-increase residences.

NLA builds multi-unit townhomes and flats, in accordance to the enterprise internet site.

The assets now is zoned for medium-density household advancement, which does not allow dwellings more substantial than two units. The Planning Commission will take into account its rezoning request Tuesday night.

This is a satellite image of Wilkins Road in Millcreek Township. A local development company is requesting a zoning change needed to build a multi-family development along the east side of Wilkins Road south of Edward Street, roughly marked in red, shown here.

The developer procured the property from Erie International Airport for $400,000 contingent on the house remaining rezoned, airport Executive Director Derek Martin said. The land is found in an airport sounds abatement spot.

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Neighbors are concerned about the proposed development’s influence on their properties, stated Annette Mossburg.