A proposed zoning regulation change to allow for a 300-apartment “luxury residential community” at the Connecticut Post Mall comes before the Planning and Zoning Board with a 7 p.m. public hearing Tuesday, Sept. 15. Dallas-based mall owner Centennial Real Estate proposes constructing the apartment building at the location now occupied by the closed Sears Auto Center on East Town Road, near I-95. The rectangular building with an interior courtyard would have 135 one-bedroom units, 135 two-bedroom units and 30 three-bedroom units. The application filed by Attorney John Knuff is only for the regulation change. There is no site plan to accompany the regulation change, only a conceptual map with a drawing of the building. The fiscal impact report was prepared by Donald J. Poland, Ph.D, senior vice president and managing director, urban planning, for Goman + York, Planning and Design of East Hartford. Poland estimates the project would annually generate $642,974 in net positive tax revenue. This includes the cost to educate the estimated 72 school-age students who would live in the apartments.