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COVINGTON: Lakepointe Urban Village Makes Progress with Infrastructure Approval

April 17, 2024

Covington’s Lakepointe Urban Village Development has taken another important step forward after receiving approval and permits for infrastructure construction involving the projects Water Main and Sewer Main Grading permit grading and tree removal.

The city granted approvals after opportunities for comment, and review of project materials from Brookfield Development, including the permit Application, Plan Set, Geo-tech Report, Stewardship Plan, PAO Consistency Narrative and Development Agreement (DA), Planned Action Consistency Form, Major Tree Removal Application, and Tree Retention Plan.

The city concluded the work qualified as a “Planned Action Project” and an implementing project within the Lakepointe Urban Village. Tree removal and tree replanting will be required for the extension of utilities, which will occur through 258th Street.

Lakepointe Urban Village is a planned mixed-use development in the city of Covington. Once built, it will have more than 1,500 residential units, 850,000 square feet of retail space, 90,000 square feet of office space, community gathering spaces, and a 20-acre lake. The 214-acre property was once home to the Lakeside gravel mine and an asphalt batch plant. Planning for the development began in 2013 and residential sales are expected beginning 2024.

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