The Sylvania Township zoning commission has recommended approval of zoning changes which will allow Oakleaf Village to construct a 54-unit, four-story senior living facility on its Holland-Sylvania campus.
The plan also recently received the approval of a conditional use permit and some needed variances by the Sylvania Township board of zoning appeals.
Wallick Communities, the owner of the complex, said the new building would have 42, one-bedroom units and 12, two-bedroom units. They estimate about 68 residents would live in the building.
The property currently has split zoning and the commission has recommended that the area currently zoned as general commercial be rezoned to a planned unit development, and that zoning as a planned unit development also be established for the portion now zoned as residential.
The final decision will be determined by the Sylvania Township trustees.
Written by: Mike Jones, Public Information Officer
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