777 E Eisenhower (Oxford/Arbor South) Resident Participation Meeting: January 9, 2024

Jan 9, 2024 | Public Meetings

This is my recording of a resident participation meeting held on January 9, 2024 at 6:00pm for a proposed development (“Arbor South”) by Oxford Properties at 777 E Eisenhower Parkway.

From the meeting announcement:

Currently imagined as a multiple-phase project across nearly 20 acres, the proposed development will ultimately consist of approximately 1,200 units of multi-family housing, 85,000sf of ground floor commercial​, a hotel, public plazas, pocket parks, streetscape and infrastructure improvements, and three parking garages with a combined 2,300 spaces. This project will work with the Brownfield Authority to use public funds for public infrastructure and affordable housing.

When complete, this new neighborhood will include a vibrant mix of services: housing, offices, retail, restaurants, entertainment, hospitality, and other amenities that serve all age groups, income levels, household types, ability levels, and cultures.

Existing streetscapes will be enhanced with new landscaping, and a new internal street network will be developed with sidewalks, landscaping, and on-street parking. The existing parking facilities and gas station will be removed as part of the proposed project.

Oxford Properties have a website for the new “Arbor South” development: https://www.arbor-south.com

For more about this project:



Video of Resident Participation Meeting

Meeting Announcement Postcard

This is the postcard that was sent to local residents:

777 E Eisenhower (Oxford) Resident Participation Meeting January 9 2024
777 E Eisenhower (Oxford) Resident Participation Meeting January 9 2024

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