The northwest corner of the interchange is located furthest from nearby residential communities. Our vision for this property, which will function as a regionally-oriented business center, includes a mix of low-impact light manufacturing and commercial uses.
While the rezoning of this corner would keep all currently allowed uses in place, it would reserve at least 9 acres for light industrial, flex office, and distribution. In addition, this rezoning would allow for up to four automobile dealerships, averaging between six and eight acres each, on this corner only.
All of the proposed uses, including automobile dealerships, will be subject to design, noise, lighting, and screening restrictions, all of which exceed current Jefferson County zoning standards, detailed below.
Current and Proposed Zoning Use Comparison
The chart below compares the existing zoning with the proposed zoning for the property.
SR* = use allowed by special review | * = specified 9-acres for use (primary jobs) | ** = limited size, includes design and lighting restrictions, etc.