The buildings would have multiple roof lines, with asphalt shingles. Each unit is to have a patio or deck.
Latinville previously said he is looking for a colonial-style design, with a New England-type feel.
The exterior would feature faux stone up to the windowsills on the first floor, with siding up the rest. Dormers would also be included in the design, Ovios said.
He said the stormwater-detention area has been increased and that pervious pavement would help alleviate runoff.
A large interior courtyard to be used as community space would also be created in phases as the project progresses. The plan is to leave natural vegetation on the site of each phase until work starts on that phase.
Latinville said he believes many of the mature trees on the property can be incorporated into the final design.
Planning Board members Craig Worley and William Ferris said they liked the look of the plan.
“I appreciate your hard work and think it’s turned into a good plan,” Worley said.
Ferris said, “From what I understand, everything looks good; we’re just missing some information.”
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