South Eagle Road Apartments
The most important aspect of this project is the zoning. Currently zoned agricultural in Ada County, this parcel will be annexed into Meridian, zoned R-15(which is Meridians 2nd highest density) and could be platted for approximately 150 units.
A pre-application meeting is set with Meridian City Planning and Zoning soon. They will provide valuable insight into the highest and best use of this parcel.
The targeted design style will be either a fusion of classical and postmodern styles or full modern design depending on input from investor partners and collective inputs.
Featuring a fusion of Classical & Postmodern design and more spacious feel with buildings grouped in pods of 4 with some open space between pods. The Greenhurst Quadplexes in South Nampa are located near major employment centers down 12th avenue and are close to Northwest Nazarene University and just around the corner from the Best View Quads.
The design of the subdivision features building pods separated by a central park like open space which gives the project a very open, community feel.
This developers of this project are expecting preliminary plat approval in early winter of 2018 and aim for a completed construction window of early summer/late spring of 2019.
This 27 acre subdivision features 9 lots varying in size from a little over 2 acres to just over 4. All lots are surrounded with landscaping screens including quaking aspens, willows, giant grasses and other beautiful native foliage.
Each lot will have an excellent amount of privacy and the upper 6 lots will have amazing valley wide views capturing the entire Boise range, the beautiful farmland of the valley and capped of to the south with a view of the Owyhee Mountains.
Not only will each lot have landscaping screens for a great deal of privacy the top 3 lots will have the best views along with bordering BLM land preventing any neighbors to the north and east of that portion of the subdivision, as well as offering all the recreational hiking, biking, horseback riding or wildlife watching you would ever want.
The style of this subdivision is going to blend ideas from the Modern genre, as well as Mid Century Modern themes and fuse them with sculptural concepts of the contemporary era. To get an idea of how the homes will look just imagine very predominantly square or rectangular rooms separated by their own geometry but connected by the construction of the building. Think of window walls to allow in light, but areas featuring windows placed high on the walls to permit light but retain privacy. Finish materials on the outside of the buildings will be commercial or industrial in style so anticipate seeing metal portions interrupted by stucco walls, or wood slat walls abutting glazing walls. The metal shed roofs are over-sized with large eaves to create shade, shadows and differentiation in the building profile. All out-buildings are of similar style for harmony among the buildings of the subdivision.
Each building in this subdivision will be designed by the same architect through design cherrette utilizing the future owners input.