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File #: 2022-5120    Name:
Type: Public Hearing - Sworn Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 8/18/2022 In control: City Council - Regular Session
On agenda: 9/20/2022 Final action:
Title: Public Hearing: Application #PL2022-192 - Rezoning from RP-2 to CBD and Preliminary Development Plan - Ellis Glen, 102-110 SW Market Street; MKEC Engineering, applicant.
Sponsors: Development Services
Attachments: 1. 08-25-2022 PC Minutes, 2. Staff Presentation, 3. Applicant Presentation, 4. Staff Report, 5. Transportation Impact Analysis, 6. Preliminary Drainage Report, 7. Preliminary Development Plan, 8. Elevations, 9. Modification Request, 10. Location Map
Related files: BILL NO. 22-196
Title
Public Hearing: Application #PL2022-192 - Rezoning from RP-2 to CBD and Preliminary Development Plan - Ellis Glen, 102-110 SW Market Street; MKEC Engineering, applicant.

Body
Issue/Request:
The applicant proposes to rezone 1.2 acres located at 102-110 SW Market St. from RP-2 (Planned Two-Family Residential District) to CBD (Planned Central Business District). The proposed development will be composed of a single three-story mixed-use building with the associated surface parking lot located to the rear of the building. The first floor of the building will be 9,944 sq. ft. of commercial office space. Floors two and three will be a mix of studio, one- and two-bedroom apartments.
The subject application shall also act as the preliminary plat in accordance with UDO requirements.

Proposed Planning Commission Motion:
I move to recommend approval of Appl. #PL2022-192 - REZONING from RP-2 to CBD and PRELIMINARY DEVELOPMENT PLAN - Ellis Glen, 102-110 SW Market St; MKEC Engineering, applicant

Presenter
Brian Hochstein, Applicant’s Representative
Josh Johnson, AICP, Assistant Director of Plan Services

Recommendation
Recommendation: With the conditions of approval below, the application meets the requirements of the UDO and Design and Construction Manual (DCM).

1. A modification shall be granted to reduce the required parking lot setback from 20’ to 15’ along the north property line and 13’-8” along the south property line.
2. A modification shall be granted to the Design Standards for the Downtown Core Area’s requirement that first and second floor elevations of street facing facades consist of brick, to allow for the brick facade to be varied in height, consistent with the preliminary development plan date stamped July 12, 2022.
3. A modification shall be granted to the design of the required high impact landscape screen along the north property line, to allow the required fence be placed on the north property line.
4. A modification shall be granted to t...

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