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File #: CPC PUP 19-00026    Version: Name:
Type: Planning Case Status: Passed
File created: 8/29/2019 In control: City Council
On agenda: 10/22/2019 Final action: 10/22/2019
Title: The Fillmore South Concept Plan illustrating future development of 66.99 acres for multi-family development of townhomes and apartments located south of Fillmore Street and west of Centennial Boulevard. (Quasi-Judicial) Related Files: CPC MPA 07-00308-A7MJ19, CPC PUZ 19-00025, CPC PUP 19-00026 Presenter: Lonna Thelen, Principal Planner, Planning & Community Development Peter Wysocki, Planning & Community Development Director
Attachments: 1. FIGURE 2 - Concept Plan, 2. 7.5.501.E Concept Plans, 3. 7.3.605 PUD Concept Plan
Related files: CPC MPA 07-00308-A7MJ19, CPC PUZ 19-00025

Title
The Fillmore South Concept Plan illustrating future development of 66.99 acres for multi-family development of townhomes and apartments located south of Fillmore Street and west of Centennial Boulevard.

(Quasi-Judicial)

Related Files: CPC MPA 07-00308-A7MJ19, CPC PUZ 19-00025, CPC PUP 19-00026

Presenter:
Lonna Thelen, Principal Planner, Planning & Community Development
Peter Wysocki, Planning & Community Development Director

Body
Summary:
Owner: Pine Valley LLC III
Consultant: HR Green
Location: South of Fillmore and West of Centennial Boulevard

The applications under consideration are for a major master plan amendment to change the land use designation of 66.99 acres from 58.99 acres of private open space and 8 acres of residential to multi-family residential, a zone change to rezone the property from R HS SS (Estate Single-Family Residential with Hillside and Streamside Overlay) to PUD HS SS (Planned Unit Development: multi-family, 3.5-7.99 dwelling units per acres (not to exceed 500 units), maximum height in accordance with the concept plan (CPC PUP 19-00026) with Hillside and Streamside Overlay) and a concept plan for a maximum of 500 townhome and apartment units.

Background:
This site was historically proposed to be private open space as part of the Garden of the Gods Club Master Plan. The site has never been developed, but used over the years as homeless camps, a driving course for all-terrain and four-wheel vehicles and a dumping ground. Detailed explanation of the uses over the years can be found in the applicant's project statement. Even though it was master planned for private open space, there are no development restrictions nor a conservation easement that restricts development. The current proposal is a major master plan amendment, zone change and concept plan to allow the property to be used for townhomes and apartments while maintaining 77.5% of the site as open space. The site has challenges related to grade and includ...

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