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File #: 21-0058    Version: 1 Name: 2/1/21 - Lockwood Of Ann Arbor PUD
Type: Resolution/Public Hearing Status: Passed
File created: 2/1/2021 In control: City Council
On agenda: 2/1/2021 Final action: 2/1/2021
Enactment date: 2/1/2021 Enactment #: R-21-042
Title: Resolution to Approve Lockwood of Ann Arbor PUD Site Plan and Development Agreement, 2195 East Ellsworth (CPC Recommendation: Approval - 7 Yeas and 0 Nays)
Attachments: 1. Lockwood Staff Report w Attach 9-15-20 mtg.pdf, 2. 9-15-2020 CPC Approved Minutes w Links.pdf, 3. Lockwood Ellsworth DA.pdf, 4. Ltr Kowalksi.Council.1.27.2001.pdf
Related files: 20-1343, 20-1406, 20-1777
Title
Resolution to Approve Lockwood of Ann Arbor PUD Site Plan and Development Agreement, 2195 East Ellsworth (CPC Recommendation: Approval - 7 Yeas and 0 Nays)
Memorandum
Approval of this resolution will allow for the construction of a three-story independent senior living residential building with associated resident service amenities.

Petition Summary:

* The site plan proposes 154 independent senior apartments, 89 one-bedroom units and 65 two-bedroom units in a single building. The building will also contain a commercial kitchen and dining area, small barber shop, activity room, movie room, fitness room and small clinic. These uses are listed in the draft supplemental regulations. All facilities are for use only by the Lockwood residents and their guests. Parking is provided in a 154-space parking lot.
* A development agreement has been prepared to address site improvements and public benefits including: construction and maintenance of a public playground, public path provided to Dolph Park, a minimum of 40% (38 units) of the units designated for households with income no higher than 50% of the Area Median Income, and construction of 495 lineal feet of public sidewalk along Jackson Road.
* New affordable and market-rate senior housing for the City. A diverse housing type(s), housing for independent seniors, a minimum of 65 units or 42% (15% Required) of total units designated for affordable housing for 99 years.
* Economical land use by reducing parking areas based on parking counts of similar facilities and demonstrated need of residents. This results in significantly less impervious surface, increased stormwater infiltration, and increased open space for residents and neighbors. Impervious fixed, no additional structures or paved expansions without additional site plan approvals.
* Minimum of 60% open space on the site.
* Natural Features Management Plan for the northern open space that includes active removal and control of invasive species an...

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