In recent months, the company also bought an adjacent 1.3-acre parcel from Vurnell Vandever for $310,000.
When Brossier sought to rezone the first 18 acres last year it reached an agreement with Orange County that included handing off about 0.3 acres of right-of-way for $107,985 in transportation fees credits.
Plans were approved last summer.
The real estate firm is now seeking approvals from Orange County to rezone the parcel and incorporate it into the approved Planned Development for the multifamily community. The request is slated to go before Orange County’s Planning and Zoning board in early June.
Brossier has developed two other multifamily complexes under the Registry concept. Registry at Grass Lake will feature multifamily buildings that will be up to five stories in height. The minimum size for a unit will be about 600 feet.
No architect is listed in plans. Kimley-Horn and Associates is the civil engineer. Executives at Brossier were not available to comment.