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File #: CPC CU 21-00050    Version: 1 Name: Solace at Black Forest
Type: Planning Case Status: Passed
File created: 8/26/2021 In control: Planning Commission
On agenda: 9/16/2021 Final action: 9/16/2021
Title: A Conditional Use Development Plan for the Solace at Black Forest project, illustrating a 374-unit multi-family residential apartment complex with ancillary improvements. (Quasi-Judicial) Presenter: Daniel Sexton, Planning Supervisor, Planning & Community Development
Attachments: 1. Development Plan, 2. 7.5.704 Conditional Use Review, 3. 7.5.502.E Development Plan Review
Related files: CPC CP 06-00146-A3MJ21

 

 

Title

A Conditional Use Development Plan for the Solace at Black Forest project, illustrating a 374-unit multi-family residential apartment complex with ancillary improvements.

(Quasi-Judicial)

 

  Presenter: 

Daniel Sexton, Planning Supervisor, Planning & Community Development

Body

 

Recommended Action

  Proposed Motion:

CPC CU 21-00050
Approve the conditional use development for the Solace at Black Forest project, based upon the findings that the request meets the review criteria for establishing a development plan, as set forth in City Code Section 7.5.502(E), and the findings for authorizing a conditional use, as set forth in City Code Section 7.5.704, subject to the following technical modification:

 

                     Prior to approval, the project plans shall be revised so the proposed full-movement intersection on Marksheffel Road is moved to the south in a location approved of by the City’s Traffic Engineer.




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