Trailway Commons Mixed Use Development Proposed Adjacent To Clinton River Trail

A development application has been submitted by Sam Stafa, representing Tollbrook Auburn, LLC, to the City of Auburn Hills for Planned Unit Development Option approval of a mixed-use development called Trailway Commons.  The 5.5-acre site is located at the northwest corner of Auburn Road and Adams Road, near the Clinton River Trail.

Site Plan for Trailway Commons PUD

Trailway Commons is proposed to consist of a restaurant with a drive-thru and outside seating, a commercial/medical office building and a residential condominium complex totaling 29 units.  If approved, construction is anticipated to begin later this year.  The overall cost of the project is estimated at $12 million. 

Bird’s eye rendering of the development looking northwest from Adams Road
Bird’s eye rendering of the development looking northeast from Auburn Road

Those interested in learning more about this proposal are encouraged to virtually attend the Planning Commission meeting scheduled for Wednesday, June 3rd at 7:00 p.m.  A final decision on the development application is anticipated by the City Council on Monday, June 15th.  

Note: The City of Auburn Hills will be utilizing the video/audio conferencing platform Microsoft Teams for the Planning Commission meeting.  This virtual meeting format is being employed per the Governor’s Executive Order 2020-75, which is designed to limit in-person contact and public gatherings to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 and protect public health.  Please visit www.auburnhills.org or contact the Community Development Department at 248-364-6926 for more information about how to participate in the meeting.

Steve Cohen, Director of Community Development

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