Wake Forest Northeast Community Plan - December 2021


Taylor Street Park & Alston- Massenburg Center

FUTURE LAND USE MAP The Future Land Use Map (FLUM) is a long-term map of land uses in the Northeast that will help to guide future growth. The map (see Figure 2.B.1) was created and informed by community feedback and by the four themes developed during the creation of the Northeast Community Plan. As per this FLUM, every parcel within the Northeast study area has been assigned a future land use designation. 2.B



DuBois Campus

Ailey Young House

Wake Forest Cemetery

Ailey Young Park

FUTURE LAND USE MAP GOALS The FLUM designations are “advisory” in nature and different from underlying “regulatory” framework of zoning designations for each parcel. The goals of the FLUM are as follows: • Promote balance between preservation of the existing community and sustainable growth. • Provide affordable housing throughout the area, varying in form, size, intensity/ scale.

• Promote control and coordination between the land uses and their associated building typologies, form, and site improvements. • Provide potential future land use opportunity/ies to property owners. • Assist Town officials in reviewing applications for rezoning(s) and site development(s). The following pages present the FLUM followed by descriptions of the land use categories as well as associated precedent images.

Hope House

Downtown Wake Forest / Renaissance Centre

KEY Land Uses

Residential (Low Intensity) Residential (Medium Intensity) Residential (High Intensity) Commercial/Mixed-Use (Activity Centers) Institutional Mixed-Use Parks and Green Spaces

Building Footprints Streets Railroads Streams Waterbodies Floodplain (0.2%) Study Area

0 300 Feet Data Sources: Town of Wake Forest, Wake County

Chapter 2: Plan Recommendations

Northeast Community Plan



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