The Oak Ridge Municipal Planning Commission on Thursday will consider a rezoning and abandoning part of West Madison Lane for a proposed assisted living facility, medical office building, and senior living homes.
The development, called Azalea Place, would be on 5.62 acres north of Methodist Medical Center and west of Michigan Avenue. It’s been proposed by Oak Ridge Senior Living LLC of Oak Ridge.
A preliminary master plan for the planned unit development, or PUD, shows a three-story, 60-bed assisted living facility of 40,000 square feet. The medical office building would be one story and 4,000 square feet. The plan also shows eight attached 1,000-square-feet senior living units with two-car garages. There would be open space, a turnaround, and a parcel that could be used for an office building.
The Planning Commission meeting starts at 5:30 p.m. Thursday in the Oak Ridge Municipal Building Training Room at 200 South Tulane Avenue.
See the Azalea Place preliminary master PUD plan here: Azalea_Place_030917.
See the Planning Commission agenda here: PC Agenda Packet 3.16.2017.
More information will be added as it becomes available.
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