The firm representing Broulim's provided a more detailed plan for the 8.5-acre property north of Larkspur Avenue. The plan includes several smaller retail spaces in addition to a 36,000 square foot grocery store and a retail/affordable housing unit in the southeast corner.

Per a request made by the Victor Planning & Zoning Commission at its April 16 meeting, a developer who is eyeing commercial space north of Larkspur Avenue has provided a more detailed schematic of the intended retail and grocery store complex. 

This is the second time that the Broulim's company has applied for a rezone to allow it to build a grocery store in Victor. In 2016 the company withdrew its application, but submitted another one earlier this year for a different property north of town. 

In April P&Z commissioners expressed concern that the provided application materials did not include much in the way of detail about the size, number, and orientation of buildings, size of parking lots, and an overview of landscaping, roads, and pathways. They also said that while they did support a grocery store in Victor, they did not want a strip mall. 

The updated staff report  is available on Victor's website. The public hearing will be continued on Tuesday, May 21 at 7 p.m. at Victor City Hall. 


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