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File #: 1349-2021    Version: 1
Type: Ordinance Status: Passed
File created: 5/24/2021 In control: Zoning Committee
On agenda: 7/26/2021 Final action: 7/28/2021
Title: To rezone 4465 CAUTELA DR. (43081), being 58.3± acres located west of the terminus of Cautela Drive and at the northwest corner of Central College Road and Lee Road, From: R, Rural District, To: PUD-4, Planned Unit Development District (Rezoning #Z20-099).
Attachments: 1. ORD1349-2021_Planned Unit Development Text, 2. ORD1349-2021_Attachments, 3. ORD1349-2021_Labels
Explanation

Rezoning Application: Z20-099

APPLICANT: Treplus Communities; c/o Aaron L. Underhill and Eric Zartman, Attys.; Underhill & Hodge, LLC; 800 Walton Parkway, Suite 260; New Albany, OH 43054.

PROPOSED USE: Mixed residential development.

DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION RECOMMENDATION: Approval (3-2-1) on April 8, 2021.

CITY DEPARTMENTS' RECOMMENDATION: Approval. The 58.3± acre site consists of five parcels, three of which are developed with single-unit dwellings, and all zoned in the R, Rural District as a result of recent annexation from Blendon Township. The requested PUD-4, Planned Unit Development District, proposes three subareas. Subarea A will permit a 156-unit multi-unit residential development on 27.88 acres; Subarea B proposes one single-unit dwelling on 7.95 acres; and Subarea C proposes two single-unit dwellings on 22.5 acres, for a total gross density of 2.76± units per acre with 3.35± acres of provided open space in Subarea A, and 16.1 acres of tree preservation in Subareas B and C. The site is not located within a planning area, but is subject to the recommendations of Columbus Citywide Planning Policies (C2P2) Design Guidelines (2018). Additionally, the prevailing low densities in the area and the guidance of the adjoining Northland Plan Volume II (2002), which recommends three units per acre, were considered by the Planning Division during the review. Staff support for this proposal was predicated upon consistency with C2P2 guidelines, including preservation of natural resources/tree preservation, site design that avoids housing units backing up to open space with open space being an organizational element, and sidewalks connecting the street network and walking trails in open space areas. The PUD text commits to a site plan and proposes AR-12, Apartment Residential District standards for Subarea A, including development standards addressing maximum number of units, access, private streets, sidewalks, connectivity, open space, landscaping an...

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