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File #: CPC CP 01-00148-A10MJ19    Version: Name:
Type: Planning Case Status: Passed
File created: 5/29/2019 In control: City Council
On agenda: 7/23/2019 Final action: 7/23/2019
Title: A major amendment of the Greenbriar/Powerwood Concept Plan adding the multi-family residential land use as an allowable use, and illustrating modified roadway alignments and an updated lot configuration. (QUASI-JUDICIAL) Related Files: CPC MP 01-00147-A4MJ19 Presenter: Peter Wysocki, Director Planning and Community Development Daniel Sexton, Principal Planner, Planning and Community Development
Attachments: 1. Figure 2 - Amended Concept Plan, 2. 7.5.501.E Concept Plans
Related files: CPC MP 01-00147-A4MJ19


Title
A major amendment of the Greenbriar/Powerwood Concept Plan adding the multi-family residential land use as an allowable use, and illustrating modified roadway alignments and an updated lot configuration.

(QUASI-JUDICIAL)

Related Files: CPC MP 01-00147-A4MJ19

Presenter:
Peter Wysocki, Director Planning and Community Development
Daniel Sexton, Principal Planner, Planning and Community Development

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Summary:
Owner: Chocamo, LLP, Chricowhitt, LLP, and c/o Holger C. Christiansen
Developer: Chocamo, LLP, Chricowhitt, LLP, and c/o Holger C. Christiansen Consultant Representative: N.E.S., Inc.
Location: Southeast of the Woodmen Road and Tutt Boulevard intersection.

The project includes concurrent applications for a major master plan amendment and major concept plan amendment. The amended master plan modifies the envisioned east/west roadways between Tutt Boulevard and Templeton Gap Road, and changes to the land use designation for 20.5 acres of land from Regional Commercial to Multi-Family Residential. The amended concept plan adds the multi-family residential land use as an allowable use and modifies alignments for the east/west roadway connection between Tutt Boulevard and Templeton Gap Boulevard roadways

Previous Council Action:
City Council previously took action on these properties in 2003 during the annexation and initial review of land use entitlements associated with the Greenbriar/Powerwood development project.

Background:
The subject property is located southeast of the Woodmen Road and Tutt Boulevard intersection, and was annexed into the City in June 24, 2003 under the Greenbriar Annexation #1 plat (Ord. 03-89) and Greenbriar Annexation #2 plat (Ord. 03-90). The site has remained vacant since annexation, with the exception of the master developer constructing Tutt Boulevard and over-lot grading the adjacent pad sites in preparation for future development.

The project applications were reviewed for conformance with the Cit...

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