A new multi- and single-family development could be coming to Roanoke in the near future.

Roanoke City Council will be holding a workshop in January to discuss plans for a new development near the intersection of the SH 114 bypass and Lois Street. The development would house single-family units, multi-family units and age-restricted units. The proposed development is a project from Southlake-based Integrated Real Estate Group.

The project, originally set to be voted on by the council on Dec. 14, was pushed back after Integrated Real Estate Group Chief Operating Officer Kenneth Fambro asked for a delay so the group would have more time to review comments made by the Roanoke Planning and Zoning committee relating to traffic.

The project is expected to be back before council Jan. 25, 2022.