Crystal Flats receives green light from Bentonville commission

Posted: December 20, 2017 at 1:08 a.m.

Nate Bachelor, project manager with CEI Engineering, center, presents the development plans for Crystal Flats to the Planning Commission Tuesday, Dec. 19, 2017 in the Community Development Building in Bentonville.

Crystal Flats developers received approval needed to start on the mixed-use project between Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art and Memorial Park.

Commission action

Bentonville’s Planning Commission met Tuesday and approved:

• Plan extensions for First Security Bank, 108 S. Main St., townhomes at Southwest Sixth and Southwest B streets and Cadence Apartments, 517 S.W. B St.

• Lot splits at 10203 Sears Road and 327 and 329 S.W. B St.

• Property line adjustments at 201 W. Central Ave., at 1501 S.E. J St. and at 1 Stonehenge Drive.

• Preliminary plat for Providence Village Subdivision phase two on Nomad Road.

• Plans for Enterprise Car Rental, 1501 S.E. J St., Sam’s Club layout center on Southeast S Street and a line station buildings at 2500 S.W. Aviation St.

• Rezoning 309 S.W. Fourth St. from single family residential to downtown medium-density residential.

Source: Staff Report

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