Cap Metro and the Plaza Saltillo developer are requesting a small height increase along I-35 Tuesday at Planning Commission in order to bring their vision for Plaza Saltillo to fruition. The East Cesar Chavez Neighborhood Planning Contact Team (NPCT) is opposing the height increase.
More info on the project:
The project will bring 800 much-needed housing units (including 141 below market-rate units affordable to 50% MFI, on average). It will also bring pedestrian paseos connecting 5th and 4th streets, an extension of the Armstrong Bikeway, and really good street fronting urban design.
I’m emailing Planning Commission in support of the zoning change, and I encourage you to do the same. Also, please consider coming to Planning Commission Tuesday the 10th at 6pm (at City Hall) to sign up or speak in favor of the development and the zoning change: