Barracks II Rezoning

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Barracks II Rezoning

  1. 1. Agenda Item #3 The Barracks II PDD Rezoning
  2. 2. Barracks II Zoning Background • June 2011 - Original PDD approved though Council removed proposed wake board facility. • April 2012 – Revised PDD approved which added wakeboard ski systems with limitations. • August 2013 – Part of PDD revised to replace some commercial areas with more townhomes, realigned streets, and added uses. • Current request – Adds 29-acre tract of multi- family, townhome, commercial, and recreational uses. Amends some existing uses and standards.
  3. 3. Existing Concept Plan
  4. 4. Proposed Concept Plan
  5. 5. Summary of Changes • Area Added to PDD: – Adds 29-acre tract to the north; – New area includes townhome, multi-family, commercial, mixed use areas. – New mixed use area allows recreational facilities, multi-family, or commercial. Commercial uses includes allowing night club/bar/tavern with a Conditional Use Permit; – Water detention areas added and expanded.
  6. 6. Main Changes to Existing PDD • Commercial Tracts 1 & 2: – Based on SC Suburban Commercial standards (was C-3 Light Commercial) with the following additional uses allowed: • Fuel Sales with up to 10 fueling stations; • Drive-thru Restaurants; • Retails Sales & Service – Alcohol (liquor store)
  7. 7. Main Changes to Existing PDD • Recreation Facility – Previous restrictions resulted from concerns of adjacent property now included in the PDD; – Motorized vehicles permitted on water (were only for emergency and maintenance purposes); – Wake board ski facility hours can be extended from as late as 10pm to as late as midnight; – Other recreation facilities hours can be extended from as late as midnight to as late as 2am.
  8. 8. Proposed Concept Plan

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