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File #: 1979-2017    Version:
Type: Ordinance Status: Passed
File created: 7/12/2017 In control: Zoning Committee
On agenda: 7/31/2017 Final action: 8/3/2017
Title: To rezone 6261 WRIGHT ROAD (43130), being 74.38± acres located at the southeast corner of Wright Road and Gender Road, From: NE, Neighborhood Edge, NC, Neighborhood Center, and R, Rural districts, To: CPD, Commercial Planned Development, and PUD-8, Planned Unit Development districts (Rezoning # Z16-054). (AMENDED BY ORD. 3171-2017; PASSED 12/11/2017)
Attachments: 1. ORD1979-2017_PUD CPD_TEXT_AMENDED.pdf, 2. ORD1979-2017_PUD & CPD_TEXT, 3. ORD1979-2017_Attachments, 4. ORD1979-2017_Labels

Rezoning Application: Z16-054

APPLICANT: Homewood Corporation; c/o Laura MacGregor Comek, Atty.; 300 East Broad Street, Suite 450; Columbus, OH 43215.

PROPOSED USE: Commercial and mixed-residential development.

DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION RECOMMENDATION: Disapproval (based on Conditional Approval recommendation (3-1) on June 8, 2017, with Staff conditions not being satisfied).


CITY DEPARTMENTS' RECOMMENDATION: Disapproval. The site is undeveloped and zoned in the NE, Neighborhood Edge, NC, Neighborhood Center, and R, Rural districts. The existing NE and NC districts (Z01-064) permit 650 units. The requested CPD, Commercial Planned Development District (6.39 acres; Subarea 1) proposes limited C-4 and all C-5 uses with commitment to some Community Commercial Overlay standards, and a private dog shelter. The proposed dog shelter is also subject to concurrent Council variance (Ordinance # 1980-2017; CV17-020) to permit outdoor runs in the commercial district subject to approval of a Special Permit by the Board of Zoning Adjustment. The requested PUD-8, Planned Unit Development District (63.71 acres; Subareas 2-4) will permit 260 multi-unit residential units and 131 single-unit dwellings for a total of 391 dwelling units at a net density of 6.31 units/acre with 20± acres of provided open space. The site lies within the planning area of the Southeast Area Plan (2000), which recommends “Neotraditional Village/Neighborhood” and “Park” uses for this location. The Plan recommends traditional neighborhood development (TND) standards for mixed-use development. Although the use of TND zoning districts is not required, the underlying principles should be incorporated into new developments. TND elements include the use of open space as an organizational element, the placement of parking behind buildings, bicycle/pedestrian connectivity, buildings that address the street and open spaces and that foster wal...

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