89 and Vine development to kick off Tuesday night
COTTONWOOD-- 89 and Vine, the proposed new development on land once identified as Verde Santa Fe North, kicks off at a joint meeting tonight (Tuesday) in Cottonwood.
The Cottonwood City Council and Planning and Zoning Commission meet at the joint session at 6 p.m. for a presentation and discussion of the 760 acre project that lies within City limits.
Yavapai County originally adopted 1110 acres project north and south of Cornville Road with a total of 5004 homes and two golf courses. Verde Santa Fe, south of the road, remains in Yavapai County jurisdiction, but the northern half was annexed in 2002 by the city as Bella Montana. A minor amendment was adopted in 2007 but the project went dormant during the recession and has re-emerged as a partnership between homebuilder Brookfield and property owner Republic. The second golf course was eliminated in a pre-annexation agreement in favor of 176 acres of open space. The project would capitalize on a theme based on the growing wine industry and frontier styled architecture under most recent proposal.
The two boards meet at the Cottonwood Recreation Center, 150 S. Sixth Street.