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Park model affordable units proposed for McCall

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The McCall Planning and Zoning Commission heard a pre-application that would bring some affordable housing to the city.

The affordable housing would sit at 500 1st McCall on what is now vacant land. The applicant lists 47 park model units on a little under six acres. This is a preliminary plan and the applicant Leo Stoddard said there could be 40 to 60 units on the property. 

There would also be an administration building on site.

“It’s basically a bunch of cabins, which was a little different than what we’ve seen there,” he said. “But I know affordability is a challenge in the community.”

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Stoddard said that they own some properties similar to this one that has “worked out really well”. One of the properties is a 105 park model unit in Oregon. 

The applicant said the houses would likely range from 400 to 800 square feet. 

Preliminary site map via JSA Civil.

Each house would have one dedicated parking stall and guest parking would be provided along the shoulder of the interior roadway. As of now, no amenities are included because of the site’s close proximity to downtown.

Stoddard said he “imagines” the housing would be a mix of short- and long-term residents. 

The applicant will be back in front of planning and zoning and if approved, the park model units will move to the city council.

Autum Robertson - BoiseDev Reporter
Autum Robertson - BoiseDev Reporter
Autum Robertson is a BoiseDev reporter focused on Meridian and McCall. Contact her at [email protected].

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