The Dunwoody Planning Commission will meet Feb. 13 at at 6 p.m. at City Hall, 4800 Ashford-Dunwoody Road, to discuss the proposed rezoning of the DeLido Apartments as well as potential changes to the city’s fence and wall ordinance.
The owner of the DeLido Apartments is seeking a rezoning from the city as part of a proposed redevelopment of the property that would make way for adding 20 units to the complex.
Currently, there are 12 two-story apartment buildings with a total of 102 residential units, including 20 four-bedroom units. The owner is proposing eliminating the four-bedroom units and replacing them with reconfigured one- and two-bedroom units. None of the buildings would be demolished as part of the renovations.
City staff is also asking for a change to the fence and wall ordinance.