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Chimney Hill Redevelopment Rezoning
Chimney Hill Redevelopment Rezoning
Chimney Hill Redevelopment Rezoning
Chimney Hill Redevelopment Rezoning
Chimney Hill Redevelopment Rezoning
Chimney Hill Redevelopment Rezoning
Chimney Hill Redevelopment Rezoning
Chimney Hill Redevelopment Rezoning
Chimney Hill Redevelopment Rezoning
Chimney Hill Redevelopment Rezoning
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Chimney Hill Redevelopment Rezoning

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  • 1. Agenda Item # 1 Chimney Hill Redevelopment Rezoning
  • 2. Rezoning Overview • Property owned by the City of College Station. The City has entered into an Economic Development Agreement and Sale and Purchase Agreement with PM Realty Group. • Redevelopment of old commercial shopping center along University Drive East, a primary image corridor. • Rezoning will remove the OV Corridor Overlay for the property and have a base zoning of a modified GC General Commercial and R-6 High Density Multi-Family. • Includes a vertical mixed use building with a parking garage and four buildings that orient toward an interior plaza, and allows hotel use in place of residential.
  • 3. Concept Plan
  • 4. Meritorious Modifications • Building Setbacks: Reduced along front and rear • Parking Setback: Reduced along Tarrow Street • Minimum Parking: No additional parking for intense uses; residential at 1 space per bedroom • Right-Of-Way Dedication: None anticipated • Non-Residential Architecture Standards: Exempt accessory buildings; exempt parking garage as long as painted to compliment building
  • 5. Meritorious Modifications • Additional/Modified Signage: – Allow Wayfinding signage; – Allow Light Pole signs in the interior plaza; – In addition to a Freestanding sign, allow one Low Profile sign per building; – Allow Apartment Identification signs at each intersection of Tarrow Street with University Drive East; – For Attached signs, count residential public entry façade and back of commercial buildings facing University Drive East as part of calculation for allowable signage; and – Appeals to staff determinations can be appealed to Design Review Board (DRB).
  • 6. Concept Plan
  • 7. Recommendation • At their May 1st meeting, the Planning & Zoning Commission recommended approval with the conditions that: – an additional right-turn lane be provided on southbound Tarrow Street at the intersection University Drive East; and – the ordinance is not effective unless a deed executed for purchase of the property is recorded in the Official Records of Brazos County, Texas on or before September 15, 2014.

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