Presentation on theme: "September 24, 2013. Preliminary Development Plan Location: North side of NW 39 th Avenue in the 8300 to 9099 block Zoning Districts: R1-B, HM, PD,"— Presentation transcript:
Preliminary Development Plan Location: North side of NW 39 th Avenue in the 8300 to 9099 block Zoning Districts: R1-B, HM, PD, RP Future Land Use: Mixed Use, Springhills Activity Center
Mixed-use TOD to include: ◦ Maximum of 2,310 residential dwelling units ◦ Maximum of 1,165,000 sf non-residential – range of uses ◦ BRT corridor and BRT Station ◦ Block pattern and multi-use paths/sidewalks throughout ◦ Conservation Management Areas Existing uses include Avmed and North Central Florida Hospice
Transit Oriented Developments: ◦ Required for developments in the Urban Service Area contiguous with a rapid or express transit corridor that exceed1,000 dwelling units or 350,000 sf non-residential ◦ Provide for compact, mixed-use, pedestrian and bicycle friendly communities designed with the densities and intensities needed to support transit service, reduced per capita greenhouse gas emissions and enable an individuals to live, work, play and shop in a community without the need to rely on a motor vehicle for mobility (Future Land Use Element Objective 1.7)
Urban Service Area (Transportation Concurrency Exception Areas)
W-1 W-4 W-6W-1 SantaFe Village TOD 2012071102_P Wetlands
Consistency Analysis Proposed Preliminary Development Plan is found to be consistent with: Comprehensive Plan Unified Land Development Code Staff Recommendation Recommend approval with conditions of the Preliminary Development Plan and Resolution DR-13-23 for SantaFe Village at Springhills TOD project number2012071102_P
Conditions: 1. Finalization of all issues regarding Conservation Management Areas shall be addressed with submittal of an application for final development plan approval for the first phase/unit of SantaFe Village TOD. Surveys, legal descriptions, and draft conservation easement documents also shall be provided to the county surveyor and county attorney’s office for review at that time. 2. Construction of a public road, greenway/multi-use path or utilities from the north end of SantaFe Village TOD to Millhopper Road specifically is not approved as part of this development application. These development activities shall require independent environmental analysis and review/approval by the BoCC and/or Development Review Committee, as appropriate. 3. Prior to submittal of a Final Development Plan for a phase that includes wetlands to be impacted by development, the Board of County Commissioners must approve a final mitigation and monitoring plan either as part of the developer’s agreement noted in condition #4 or as a separate item. 4. Prior to approval of a Final Development Plan, the applicant shall enter into a Developer’s Agreement with the Board of County Commissioners. The Developer’s Agreement shall include agreement to the following issues: a.Application of the Multi-Modal Transportation Mitigation to the development; b.Implementation of a Northwest Transportation Improvement District; c.Timing of required infrastructure and transit operations detailed in Capital Improvements Element Table 1-b for SantaFe Village; d.Timing of required safety and operational improvements to intersections significantly impact by the development; and e.Implementation of a Park and Ride within the development.