A key guiding principle of the project speaks to the provision of diverse, high quality housing options. The plan area will accommodate up to 1,600 housing units of a variety of product types and densities. Medium and high density housing and residential product types are generally more affordable by design due to smaller unit and/or lot sizes as compared to typical low-density suburban neighborhoods. As regulated by zoning density requirements, approximately two-thirds of the residential units developed within the project area will be medium and high density product types (an estimated 600 and 500 units respectively), including small lot detached single family homes, duplexes, townhomes, and apartments or loft style development. The remaining approximately 500 residential units will be developed in the lower density range. The diversity of residential zoning designations, including minimum density requirements, will ensure the plan retains a diversity of housing options at varying affordability levels. The plan area is additionally subject to the City’s Affordable Housing Ordinance which outlines obligations around housing affordability and buyer income restrictions for a percentage of housing units developed within the plan area.