How it Was Done
Here’s how LANDTECH preserved the Eno Building: First, we showed what could happen; a standard subdivision created by knocking down the Eno Building and dividing the 4+ acres into four contorted 1 acre lots, leaving less than half an acre of open space. By applying Open Space Subdivision Regluations, we created 3 usable half-acre lots (perfect for 3,000 sq.ft. homes for the empty nester crowd), a full acre lot preserving the Eno Building, and nearly 1.5 acres of open space. Then, LANDTECH utilized Section 32-18 of the P&Z Regulations on Historic Structures, which allows relief from coverage, setbacks, etc. All of this allowed the Eno Building to be preserved as the building where the Stop sign was created!