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March 26, 2014

Replat approved for condos

Property rezoned on Scatterfield

ANDERSON – In anticipation of increased future interest in its condominium homes, Mustin Builders has received approval for the replat of 20 building lots.

The Anderson Plan Commission on Tuesday approved the requested replat reducing the number of lots from 24 to 20 on the west side of Main Street in the 4600 block on 4.195 acres.

Tim Mustin said Wednesday that Mustin Builders has been constructing duplex-style condominium homes for several years.

He said they were building three units on one lot and decided to only construct two units on each lot in the future.

“We made our lots a little bigger,” he said. “We have been building on the site for several years. We’re anticipating more business in the future.”

The Plan Commission also approved the rezoning of 3.803 acres on the northwest corner of 32nd Street and Scatterfield Road from an Industrial-2 zoning to Industrial-1.

The property is south of the new Autoworld dealership under construction and was requested by Ja-My LLC and Paddy Jamerson.

The rezoning allows for the property to be used for a business use, which was not allowed under the previous zoning.

The I-2 district didn’t allow for residential and businesses and the I-1 zoning allow both as a permitted use. The I-1 zoning also doesn’t have as stringent a height restriction on construction of a new facility.

Follow Ken de la Bastide on Twitter @KendelaBastide, or call 640-4863.

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