The county commissioners have approved a controversial plan to rezone a vacant 10-acre parcel for a 280-unit apartment complex in the Ken Caryl Business Center.
The 3-0 decision came on Aug. 28 after a sometimes emotional two-hour hearing where about 25 Ken Caryl Ranch and Sunset Ridge residents protested the proposed three-story building next door to an established neighborhood of 210 two-story townhomes and single-family homes built in the 1980s.
The Ken Caryl Business Center is southwest of South Kipling Parkway and West Chatfield Avenue.
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