Windsor Town Board members approved a final plat Monday for the new Lighthouse Point Townhomes Subdivision, located at the northwest corner of Crossroads Boulevard and New Liberty Road.
Documents for the 14.5-acre subdivision propose 112 residential lots of 4- and 6-unit townhomes. The townhomes range in size from 1,600 to 3,200 square feet.
According to a town memo, the site was previously approved for 222 units with the Water Valley South Subdivision Tract O (Lighthouse Point) Site Plan. The site plan included 6- and 10-unit condominium buildings.
Town Director of Planning Scott Ballstadt said the newly proposed subdivision is a reduction in units from the previous plan, but that street layout, landscaping and the clubhouse location did not change.
Ballstadt said the when the planning commission approved the plat at a March meeting, it heard concerns from Lighthouse Point Condominiums owners about parking, utilities, road conditions and trash enclosures. It approved the plat under the conditions that the developer and a condo association representative resolve the issues.
Jason Sherrill of Landmark Homes appeared on the owner’s behalf and said there were no objections to the Planning Commission’s recommendations. He told the board that all the issues have been solved and agreements between the owner and condo association have been signed.
“We feel very fortunate now that we have the opportunity to build the project that has been stale for so long,” Sherrill said.
Town board members unanimously approved the final plat and Mayor John Vazquez said the subdivision will be a good addition to the community.