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File #: 15-0955    Version: 1 Name: 8/17/15 - White/State/Henry Apartments PUD Zoning
Type: Ordinance Status: Passed
File created: 8/17/2015 In control: City Council
On agenda: 9/21/2015 Final action: 9/21/2015
Enactment date: 8/17/2015 Enactment #: ORD-15-19
Title: An Ordinance to Amend Chapter 55 (Zoning), Rezoning of 0.86 Acre from R4C (Multiple-Family Residential District) to PUD (Planned Unit Development District), White/State/Henry PUD Zoning and Supplemental Regulations, 701 Henry Street (CPC Recommendation: Approval - 7 Yeas and 0 Nays) (Ordinance No. ORD-15-19)
Attachments: 1. 15-19 White State Henry PUD Supp Regs Ordinance Briefed.pdf, 2. WhiteStateHenryPUDSuppRegs.pdf, 3. 7/21/15 Planning Staff Report, 4. 701 Henry St Zoning Map.pdf, 5. 7-21-2015 CPC Minutes from White State Henry Housing Commission Project.pdf
Related files: 15-0923, 15-0956, 16-0894

Title

An Ordinance to Amend Chapter 55 (Zoning), Rezoning of 0.86 Acre from R4C (Multiple-Family Residential District) to PUD (Planned Unit Development District), White/State/Henry PUD Zoning and Supplemental Regulations, 701 Henry Street (CPC Recommendation: Approval - 7 Yeas and 0 Nays) (Ordinance No. ORD-15-19)

Memorandum

Approval of this ordinance will rezone this 0.86 acre parcel from R4C (Multiple-Family Dwelling District) to PUD (Planned Unit Development), to allow redevelopment of the site as affordable multiple-family housing.  Approval of this ordinance will create supplemental regulations for the PUD.

 

Petition Summary:

 

                     The petitioner proposes to demolish the existing 28-unit apartment building and construct a new 32-unit, three-story apartment building with community center on the site. 

                     Proposed PUD public benefits include providing dwelling units affordable to lower income households, increased open space, improved housing stock, and pedestrian connections within the complex and to public transportation. These public benefits are offered in exchange for increased residential density, reduced front, side and rear building setbacks, reduced parking and reduced conflicting land use buffer and landscape screening along the north property line

                     Public benefits are incorporated into the supplemental regulations for the site.

 

The City Planning Commission, at its meeting of July 21, 2015, recommended approval of this request. 

 

Attachments:                     7/17/15 Supplemental Regulations

                     7/21/15 Planning Staff Report

                     7/21/15 Planning Commission Minutes

Staff

Prepared By:                     Chris Cheng, City Planner

Reviewed By:                     Wendy L. Rampson, Planning Manager

                     and Sumedh Bahl, Community Services Area Administrator

Body

(See attached ordinance)