Presentation on theme: "Community Development Department ISLAND WALK REZONING REQUEST APPLICATION #2648."— Presentation transcript:
Community Development Department ISLAND WALK REZONING REQUEST APPLICATION #2648
Community Development Department Development Regulatory Process Future Land Use General Land Use General Intensity & Density Zoning Specific Uses Specific Intensity & Density General Development Standards Site Plan Specific Development Standards Development and Building Permits Compliance with Technical Standards Authorizes Construction
Community Development Department Rezoning Request Rezone 28.69-acres (commonly known as the Palm Harbor Shopping Center) from General Commercial-2 to Master Planned Development (MPD) subject to certain conditions contained in the Development Agreement.
Community Development Department AERIAL/LOCATION MAP
Community Development Department FLUM AND ZONING MAPS
Community Development Department Project Description Redevelopment of an Existing Shopping Center Existing Condition Existing COM-2 Zoning Proposed MPD Zoning Allowed UsesShopping Center Uses All Uses Allowed Under COM-2 Use Allowed Under COM-2 with Exclusions Square Feet175,410 s.f.499,894 s.f.233,948 s.f. Impervious61% (78% developed area) 70%76% Floor-Area-Ratio0.140.400.25 Parking Spaces9521,236
Community Development Department Conceptual Plan Overlay West Wing Expansion New Outparcels
Community Development Department Development Standards Existing COM-2 Zoning Proposed MPD Zoning Floor-Area-Ratio0.400.25 Building Height50 ft.45 ft. Setbacks Interior Lot Lines0 ft. Internal Roads10 ft.20 ft. Palm Coast Parkway35 ft. Rear (Arbor Trace Property Line) 10 ft.25 ft. Old Kings Road35 ft. Florida Park Drive35 ft.
Community Development Department Development Standards Transportation –Traffic Study demonstrates no adverse impacts –Turn Lane into Shopping Center from Florida Park Drive –Integrated Sidewalk/Path System with access to Arbor Trace –Include 3 pedestrian amenities –Specific parking standards Truck Loading Areas –Examine alternative routing during Site Plan –Provide screening and noise reduction strategies
Community Development Department Development Standards Open Space (25% with flexibility) Non-Potable Water Irrigation Low Impact Development Practices Specimen and Historic Trees –Preservation of Specific Trees per Preservation Plan –Meets LDC with regards to protection and preservation –Heightened measures for tree protection during construction
Community Development Department Conceptual Architecture
Community Development Department Development Standards Standard Conditions –Transportation Concurrency –Water/Wastewater –Drainage –Lighting –Fire Protection –Underground Utilities –Resource Protection –Prohibition of Discharges –Stormwater Pollution Prevention –Signage
Community Development Department Phasing of Development Allows for the project to be developed in Phases to minimize disruption of existing center All infrastructure to support each phase is constructed concurrently Phases of construction will be adequately buffered and screened from public right-of-way
Community Development Department Findings City staff find that the application for the rezoning to Master Planned Development meets the requirements set forth in the Land Development Code –Development Orders (2.05.05); and –Zoning Map Amendments (2.06.03).
Community Development Department Findings (Continued) City staff find that the application for the rezoning to Master Planned Development meets the requirements set forth in the LDC for Master Planned Developments (2.09.04). A.Consistent with Comprehensive Plan B.Consistent with LDC C.Degree of Departure D.Compatibility E.Adequate Public Facilities
Community Development Department Findings (Continued) City staff find that the application for the rezoning to Master Planned Development meets the requirements set forth in the LDC for Master Planned Developments (2.09.04). F.Feasibility and Compatibility of Development Phases G.Availability and Adequacy of Primary Streets H.Benefits of Development Justify MPD Designation I.Conformity and Compatibility J.Impact upon the Environment and Natural Resources K.Impact on the economy of any affect area
Community Development Department A neighborhood meeting was held on October 18, 2013 as required by the LDC. The Planning and Land Development Regulation Board recommended approval to City Council of Application No. 2648, subject to the conditions in the Master Planned Development Agreement, including site plan approval by the PLDRB. City staff recommend approval. RECOMMENDATIONS