Dickerson Pike infill development continues to unfold along the burgeoning corridor. Plans were recently submitted for Woodfield Dickerson Pike, a proposed 286 unit, 5 story multifamily development. The project is located on 2600 Dickerson Pike between Rock Street and Lemuel Road.
A request for final site plan approval was filed for the collection of properties currently Zoned SP. Once approved, it will permit the new multifamily development on the 5.22 acre-site. The request was made by Kimley-Horn on behalf of the property Owners. Here’s the quick rundown:
- What’s Now: Vacant Lots
- What’s Next: Multifamily Development
- Developer: Woodfield
- Architect: Housing Studio
- Landscape: KVD
- Civil: Kimley-Horn
- Capacity: 286 Units / 422 Parking Spaces
Woodfield Dickerson Pike will offer a mix of studio, 1, 2, and 3-bedroom apartments. The floor plans vary in size and many will provide light-filled apartments with walls of windows. The leasing center and clubhouse are located at the corner of Dickerson Pike & Rock Street. The pool courtyard is also located on Rock Street. Although the project does not include retail space, its location North of Trinity Lane positions it near the existing retail center for Dickerson Pike.
Overall, the proposed development will take up the entire block between Rock Street & Lemuel Road to the North & South and Dickerson Pike & Plum Street to the East & West. The 415 space parking garage is completely concealed and also includes bike parking. The entrance into the parking garage is located on Lemuel Road. There is also street parking located on Rock street.
Given the site topography, the site includes an intricate stormwater management system. There are 5 bioretention ponds situated around the building and green buffer zones to help mitigate issues with stormwater management.
The site development includes the realignment of Lemuel Road with Dellway Drive. This is a major site improvement as it includes the frame work for new traffic signals to be installed as well as bus stop improvements at the intersection. The site also proposes a 10-foot sidewalk on Dickerson Pike and a 5-foot sidewalk on the 3 remaining streets. All of the streets will recieve a 4-foot landscape buffer.
Woodfield Dickerson Pike is scheduled for the 8/25/22 Metro Planning Agenda.
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