Agenda Item # 1
Chimney Hill Redevelopment
Rezoning
Rezoning Overview
• Property owned by the City of College Station. The City
has entered into an Economic Development Agree...
Concept Plan
Meritorious Modifications
• Building Setbacks: Reduced along front and rear
• Parking Setback: Reduced along Tarrow Street...
Meritorious Modifications
• Additional/Modified Signage:
– Allow Wayfinding signage;
– Allow Light Pole signs in the inter...
Concept Plan
Recommendation
• At their May 1st meeting, the Planning & Zoning
Commission recommended approval with the
conditions that:...
Chimney Hill Redevelopment Rezoning
Chimney Hill Redevelopment Rezoning
Chimney Hill Redevelopment Rezoning
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Chimney Hill Redevelopment Rezoning

  1. 1. Agenda Item # 1 Chimney Hill Redevelopment Rezoning
  2. 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. 3. Concept Plan
  4. 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. 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. 6. Concept Plan
  7. 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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