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File #: 1902-2022    Version: 1
Type: Ordinance Status: Passed
File created: 6/23/2022 In control: Zoning Committee
On agenda: 7/11/2022 Final action: 7/14/2022
Title: To rezone 5141 EBRIGHT RD. (43110), being 15.99± acres located on the west side of Ebright Road, 890± feet north of US-33, From: R, Rural District, To: L-ARLD, Limited Apartment Residential District (H-35) (Rezoning #Z22-010).
Attachments: 1. ORD1902-2022_Attachments, 2. ORD1902-2022_Labels
Explanation

Rezoning Application Z22-010

APPLICANT: JBM Development, LLC c/o David Hodge, Atty.; 8000 Walton Parkway, Suite 260; New Albany, Ohio 43054.

PROPOSED USE: Multi-unit residential development.

DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION RECOMMENDATION: Approval (6-0) on June 9, 2022.

GREATER SOUTH EAST AREA COMMISSION RECOMMENDATION: Approval.

CITY DEPARTMENTS' RECOMMENDATION: Approval. The 15.99± acre site consists of one parcel developed with a single-unit dwelling and associated farm buildings zoned in the R, Rural District. The requested L-ARLD, Limited Apartment Residential District will permit the construction of a multi-unit residential development with up to 198 apartment units (12.38 du/ac). The site is located within the South East Land Use Plan (2018), which recommends several land uses for this site including low density residential (4-6 dense units/acre), low-medium density residential (6-10 dense units/acre), and open space. Area Specific Policy (ASP) #1 regarding agricultural land also applies, in addition to Columbus Citywide Planning Policies (C2P2) Design Guidelines (2018). The limitation text establishes permitted uses and supplemental development standards that address maximum number of units, setbacks, site access, and landscaping. The text includes a commitment to a site plan which reflects a new public sidewalk along the site frontage, landscaping, and parking lot expansion areas to provide additional parking as well as traffic related commitments including access, right-of-way dedication, and a northbound left turn lane. The ASP interprets use recommendations generally, and may consider support for higher densities if proposals demonstrate a high level of design, natural resource preservation, or parkland dedication. Staff notes the density of 12.38 dense units/acre is clustered toward the eastern portion of the site including a significant open space provision, with preservation of sensitive wetland and flood plain areas consistent with AS...

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