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File #: CPC V 19-00112    Version: Name:
Type: Ordinance Status: Mayor's Office
File created: 10/22/2019 In control: City Council
On agenda: 1/14/2020 Final action: 1/14/2020
Title: Ordinance No. 19-104 vacating public right-of-way described as the north/south running public alley that connects E. Cache la Poudre St. and E. Dale St. between N. Tejon St. and N. Nevada Ave. within the Town of Colorado Springs Addition No. 1 subdivision plat consisting of 7,998 square feet. (LEGISLATIVE) Related Files: CPC CU 19-00111, CPC MP 97-00261-A6MN19 Presenter: Peter Wysocki, Director, Planning and Community Development Department Ryan Tefertiller, Manager, Urban Planning Division
Indexes: City for Champions
Attachments: 1. ORD_VROW_RobsonArena, 2. Exhibit A - Robson Arena Vacation LEGAL DESCRIPTION, 3. Exhibit B - Vacation Plat, 4. Signed Ordinance 19-104.pdf
Related files: CPC MP 97-00261-A6MN19, CPC CU 19-00111

Title
Ordinance No. 19-104 vacating public right-of-way described as the north/south running public alley that connects E. Cache la Poudre St. and E. Dale St. between N. Tejon St. and N. Nevada Ave. within the Town of Colorado Springs Addition No. 1 subdivision plat consisting of 7,998 square feet.

(LEGISLATIVE)

Related Files: CPC CU 19-00111, CPC MP 97-00261-A6MN19

Presenter:
Peter Wysocki, Director, Planning and Community Development Department
Ryan Tefertiller, Manager, Urban Planning Division

Body
Summary:
Owner: Colorado College
Consultant: NES, Inc.
Location: The block bound by N. Tejon St., E. Cache la Poudre St., N. Nevada Ave., and E. Dale St.

The applications under consideration are a Form-Based Zone Conditional Use Development Plan, Right-of-Way Vacation, and a Minor Amendment to the Colorado College Master Plan. All three have been submitted to allow development of a 3,400 seat arena with street-level commercial uses and an attached 324 stall parking garage on a 3.67 acre, FBZ-T2A (Form-Based Zone - Transition Sector 2A) zoned site.

Background:
A relatively brief summary of the project's history, details, code standards, and criteria is provided within this memo; a more detailed description can be found within the Downtown Review Board Staff Report.

The subject property is located on the north edge of Downtown and the southern edge of the Colorado College campus. The site is made up of a standard 400' by 400' City block. The site was original platted and developed in the late 1800's as four individual lots; the original lots have gone through various stages of development and configuration over the last 146 years. The College has owned some of the site for decades while other parcels on the block were acquired within the last few years. The site has included a wide range of commercial uses including restaurants, retail and service uses along N. Tejon St., residential uses along E. Dale St., and a number of lodging and instituti...

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