When the city of McCall's Planning and Zoning commission convenes this coming Tuesday, July 1, they'll be asked to consider a proposed construction project that would include condominiums, a restaurant and new retail space—a proposal that the McCall Star-News reports is the largest of its kind in seven years.
It's being called The Village on Lake Street and would include three buildings on 1.73 acres, with 27 condominiums interspersed among the three structures, along with a mix of retail, restaurant and office space.
McCall officials told the Star-News that the proposal was the largest since 2007 and could readily be compared to Alpine Village, just south of McCall's downtown.
Six existing homes, currently used as rental housing, would be removed from the Lake Street parcel of land if the project is approved. But the Star-News reports that before any of that could happen, the land would need to be rezoned from its current limit of eight homes per acre up to 16 homes per acre. The proposal would also see a strip of public land running through the parcel converted into a bicycle and pedestrian pathway.