The Royal Oak City Commission chose their preferred site plan Monday for a new city hall, opting to look at a stand-alone building instead of being a part of a larger office building. The chosen site plan may be viewed here in Attachment 2, along with the pros and cons of this option. This will allow the developer to put together plans for the stand-alone structure which is expected to be two stories and around 30,000 sq. ft. The city will also begin space planning for the design, including gathering input from both department heads and staff on what their office needs would be in a new building. The hope is to have the plan and a development agreement before the commission in the next 30-60 days to determine whether to move forward with the project. You can read more about the decision in Crain's Detroit Business.