The Vienna Town Council is set to tackle proposed zoning amendments, as the moratorium deadline nears for new Maple Avenue projects.
The moratorium is scheduled to expire in November. The Vienna Town Council voted May 13 to extend the temporary suspension of the Maple Avenue Commercial (MAC) zone to November 15 — more than a year after it first went into effect.
So far, the Vienna Town Council has approved four MAC projects:
- a combination Chick-fil-A and Flagship Carwash Center at 540 W. Maple Avenue that has received public backlash
- townhouse-style condominiums with retail at the northeast corner of W. Maple Avenue and Pleasant Street NW
- a much-debated redevelopment that would add ground-floor retail and more than three dozen multi-family residential condominium units to 380 Maple Avenue
- a controversial redevelopment of 430, 440 and 444 W. Maple Avenue into a four-story mixed-use development
The Town Council has also killed a MAC project — a proposed Sunrise Senior Living Facility at the corner of Maple Avenue and Center Street. Sunrise is suing the Town Council for allegedly discriminating against seniors and people with disabilities.
The work session is set to start at 7:30 p.m. at the Town Hall (127 S. Center Street).
In addition to the proposed zoning amendments, the Town Council is set to discuss alternative uses to the 380 Maple project tonight.
Final design guidelines and amendments are anticipated to be done this month.
Map via Town of Vienna
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