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File #: ZONE-23-0022    Version: Name: Colorado Centre No. 3
Type: Planning Case Status: Consent - Second Pres
File created: 3/13/2024 In control: City Council
On agenda: 7/23/2024 Final action:
Title: An Ordinance establishing a MX-M/AP-O (Mixed-Use Medium Scale with Airport Overlay) zone district for 4.83 acres located northwest of the Foreign Trade Zone Boulevard and Bradley Road intersection. (Legislative) Presenter: Gabe Sevigny, Planning Supervisor, Planning and Neighborhood Services Kevin Walker, Interim Planning Director, Planning and Neighborhood Services
Attachments: 1. Zoning Ordinance for MX-M - Colorado Centre Addition No. 3 - ZONE-23-0022, 2. Exhibit A and B - MX-M-ZONE, 3. 7.5.704 ZONING MAP AMENDMENT (REZONING)
Title
An Ordinance establishing a MX-M/AP-O (Mixed-Use Medium Scale with Airport Overlay) zone district for 4.83 acres located northwest of the Foreign Trade Zone Boulevard and Bradley Road intersection.

(Legislative)

Presenter:
Gabe Sevigny, Planning Supervisor, Planning and Neighborhood Services
Kevin Walker, Interim Planning Director, Planning and Neighborhood Services

Body
Summary:
Owner: COPO 8560 Real Estate LLC
Representative: Kimley Horn
Location: Northwest of the Foreign Trade Zone Boulevard and Bradley Road intersection.

The proposed project includes concurrent applications for an annexation of approximately 32.94 acres, establishment of zoning, and establishment of the Colorado Centre Addition No. 3 Land Use Plan. The land is located northwest of the Foreign Trade Zone Boulevard and Bradley Road intersection; southwest of the Colorado Springs Municipal Airport and located within an enclave.

Background:
Please see the attached City Planning Commission Staff Report for a complete analysis of the proposed applications.

Review Criteria:
The review criteria for a Zoning Establishment as set forth in City Code Section 7.5.704 (UDC) are noted below.

1. The proposed rezoning is consistent with the goals and policies of the Colorado Springs Comprehensive Plan, with other plans and policies adopted by the City Council; and with the purpose statement of the proposed zone district.
2. The rezoning will not be detrimental to the public interest, health, safety, convenience or general welfare.
3. The location of the lands in the zoning map area being amended are appropriate for the purposes of the proposed zone district(s).
4. If the application proposes to rezone a small area of land, the application demonstrates that the size, scale, height density, and multimodal traffic impacts of the proposed rezoning are compatible with surrounding development or can be made compatible with surrounding development through approval conditions.
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