Overgrown grass and woods filled with cinder blocks, broken bricks, orange tape and stumps at 100 Deer St. could become a 16-dwelling subdivision.
At its meeting Tuesday night, the Carrboro Board of Alderman approved the request to hold a public hearing on the subdivision at the Sept. 22 board meeting.
Phil Post and Associates has submitted an application to construct the subdivision. If the conditional use permit is approved, it would allow for the creation of 16 lots, two of which would be occupied by duplexes and the rest by single-occupancy dwellings.
The project would not require new roadways and would rely on existing infrastructure.
The proposed subdivision, referred to as the Lloyd Square Architecturally Integrated Subdivision, is off the gravel road between Quail Roost Drive (which runs off of Hillsborough Road) and Lisa Drive, and would occupy 5.98 acres.