Breaking News:

Close

Online Poll

Should Sedona allow alcohol at city parks?

Sponsored By:

Tlaquepaque Village

After a trio of public meetings, site visits and numerous hours of discussion and planning, Tlaquepaque North received the green light to proceed with construction.The current property north of Tlaquepaque is occupied by a few retail spaces and a parking lot. Two buildings will be removed while a third will be renovated into a two-story structure. Three new  buildings will be constructed.

By a unanimous vote on Tuesday, Aug. 19, the Sedona Planning and Zoning Commission approved a development review for the 1.065-acre project on the north side of State Route 179 across from the existing development.

According to Associate City Planner Cari Meyer, three retail buildings currently occupy the property but the plan calls for two to be removed. The third building will be retained, however, the second floor will be removed and the ground floor remodeled within its existing footprint. Three new buildings will be constructed, creating a total of four buildings housing a combination of retail galleries and a boutique market/deli.

A restaurant was originally planned but after meeting with several potential suitors, the decision was made to have just a deli within the market.

To read the full story, see the Friday, Aug. 22, edition of the Sedona Red Rock News.


Leave your comments

0
terms and condition.
  • No comments found

Sedona Weather

Fair

49°F

Sedona, AZ

Humidity: 69%
Wind: SSW at 3 mph
Sunday
Partly cloudy
48°F / 76°F
Monday
Sunny
45°F / 72°F
Tuesday
Sunny
46°F / 74°F

Trending Articles

Sedona Gas Prices

Lowest Gas Prices in Sedona
Sedona Gas Prices provided by GasBuddy.com