Braselton planners will hear requests for three large projects at its upcoming meeting.

Among the requests is a massive multi-family, commercial and warehouse project off Hwy. 53; a multi-family development off Thompson Mill Rd.; and a senior living facility off Thompson Mill Rd.

The Braselton Planning Commission will hold a hearing Monday, Sept. 23, on the requests. Braselton's Town Council will hear the requests Oct. 10 with a possible vote Oct. 14.

Projects include:

MASSIVE DEVELOPMENT OFF HWY. 53

Stolz Partners, LLC, is requesting annexation and rezoning of 77 acres at the corner of Hwy. 53 and Braselton Pkwy.

Developers plan 240 multi-family units, six commercial outparcels and nearly 500,000 square feet of warehouse/distribution space.

MULTI-FAMILY OFF THOMPSON MILL

Callicott Holdings, LLC, is requesting annexation and rezoning of 36.24 acres off Thompson Mill Rd.

Developers plan to construct a 289-unit multi-family development.

SENIOR LIVING

Lastly, Fountainhead Residential Development, LLC, is requesting a master plan change for a planned unit development at the corner of Thompson Mill Rd. and Hwy. 211.

Developers want to amend the 56.6 acre PUD to allow senior independent living, senior assisted living and senior memory care facilities.

CAR WASH REQUEST DEFERRED

A conditional use request from Car Wash Atlanta, LLC, for a car wash off Bayberry Ridge Dr. at Hwy. 211 has been deferred.

The request was initially set to come before the planning commission Sept. 23, but was deferred until the October planning meeting.

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