The city-parish Planning and Zoning Commission will consider a concept plan for Fairfield at Baton Rouge, a mixed-use development at the southern corner of Burbank Drive and Ben Hur Road.

The development is among two apartment complexes and several residential filings going before the commission at 5 p.m. Monday on the third floor of the Governmental Building downtown.

Plans call for 12,000 square feet of commercial and retail development, 350 medium-density units and seven acres of green space.

The Irving, Texas, developer could not be reached for comment.

The planning commission staff is supportive of the development.

A Boise, Idaho, developer that is behind the Hooper Springs senior apartments is seeking site plan approval for Cypress Springs, another senior apartment development on Cypress Road southeast of Hooper Road.

Cypress Springs would feature three two-story, 48-unit buildings with 76 one-bedroom units and 68 two-bedroom units.

Hallmark Campus Communities, of Columbus, Ohio, will be looking for site plan approval for University Edge, a three-building apartment complex at Iowa and McKinley streets.

University Edge would have 474 beds in 158 units, with 20 one-bedroom units, 30 two-bedroom units, 38 three-bedroom units and 70 four-bedroom units. Two of the buildings on the roughly six-acre site would be four stories and the third three stories.

The development provides a buffer for the houses along nearby Taylor Street.

The plans for University Edge were deferred from a previous meeting.

Several subdivisions have filings on the agenda:

• The Lake at Anselmo and Todd Waguespack are pursuing subdivision approval for 75 lots on 13 acres behind the homes on the east side of Madeira Drive between Perkins Rowe and Anselmo Lane.

• Richard Cappo and Hidden Grove are seeking subdivision approval for 52 single-family lots on just under 12 acres on the south side of Coursey Boulevard with some frontage on Parkhurst Drive.

• Sinclair Kouns is also seeking approval for a ninth filing — 55 lots on 27 acres — at University Club, just north of the Iberville Parish line.