The Hall County Board of Commissioners gave its OK Thursday to a 10-acre expansion of a 352-unit apartment complex in South Hall.
The development on Spout Springs Road in unincorporated Hall County near Flowery Branch is years in the making.
Morningstar Investment Group has now taken over the project, which was first approved by the Hall County Board of Commissioners in 2014.
The planning commission previously approved Morningstar’s request to rezone lots near the original project to add another 10 acres to the complex. No additional apartment units are planned.
Back in 2014, the 352-unit project was planned to be on 29.2 acres, a density of 12 units per acre. Management of the project has changed hands from KHTW to Morningstar.
The additional land would spread the units and structures within the nearly 40 acres for a density of about 9 units per acre.
The project is the only one of that size in the works in unincorporated Hall County, according to Planning Director Srikanth Yamala.