“Cluster Residential” Designations • Cluster 10-15 units per acre • Cluster 6-10 units per acre The Cluster Designations locations were determined by the high value tree stand locations in the plan area. Through the Cluster Residential Designation, properties will be required to provide between 30 and 40% Open Space. In exchange, the density from the land provided for open space will be transferred to the remaining portion of the development, thus creating a higher net density. The built form on the net developable areas (excluding the Open Space) will be as follows: • Cluster 10-15 units per acre designation will allow between 25- 30 units per acre on the developable areas of the site • Cluster 6-10 units per acre designation will allow between 20-25 units per acre on the developable areas of the site
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