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Application(*Orq" CITY OF COLLF.GF STATION Home of Texas A&M University' FOR OFFICE USE ONLY CASE NO.: 14-109- ,, 0 DATE SUBMITTED: t N� TIME: I `` 0 0 STAFF: A ADMINISTRATIVE ADJUSTMENT APPLICATION MINIMUM SUBMITTAL REQUIREMENTS: Q $93 Administrative Adjustment Application Fee. ❑x Application completed in full. This application form provided by the City of College Station must be used and may not be adjusted or altered. Please attach pages if additional information is provided. \ Additional materials may be required of the applicant such as site plans, elevation drawings, sign details and floor plans. The Administrator shall inform the applicant of any extra materials required. Date of Optional Preapplication Conference N/A NAME OF PROJECT Southwest Crossing Retail Center ADDRESS 1311 Wellborn Road LEGAL DESCRIPTION (Lot, Block, Subdivision) Lot 1R, William Brooks Hunter Estates APPLICANT/PROJECT MANAGER'S INFORMATION (Primary contact for the project): Name Natalie Ruiz, IPS Group E-mail natalie@ipsgroup.us Street Address 3204 Eart Rudder Freeway South City College Station Phone Number 979.846.9259 State Texas Zip Code 77845 Fax Number 979.260.3564 PROPERTY OWNER'S INFORMATION (Please attach an additional sheet for multiple owners): Name SIN Bee Creek Investors, LLC - %Amy Jones at Oldham Goodwin E-mail amy@oldhamgoodwin.com Street Address City Brentwood 179 East Country Club Drive Phone Number 979.268.2000 State California Fax Number CURRENT ZONING GC General Commercial APPLICABLE ORDINANCE SECTION: Unified Development Ordinance, Section 7.3, Off -Street Parking Standards Zip Code 94513-5082 12/13 Page 1 of 2 ADMINISTRATIVE ADJUSTMENT REQUEST 1. The following specific adjustment (up to 10%) from the ordinance requirements is requested: The administrative adjustment requested is to the minimum number of parking spaces required for the site. The total number of parking spaces required for the entire shopping center is 168 spaces. The adjustment is for a 10% reduction allowing a total parking requirement of 151. 2. This adjustment will not be contrary to the public interest by virtue of the following facts: The existing shopping center has adequate parking available for tenants. The adjustment is being requested to allow additional intense uses such as restaurants in excess of 25%. 3. The granting of the adjustment will not materially or adversely affect adjacent land uses or the physical character of the uses in the immediate vicinity because of the following: Adequate parking is available on site based upon current tenant demands. We are converting existing vacant retail space into a restaurant use. Peak traffic demands for the new restaurant use do not conflict with current peak traffic demands. Adjacent land uses will not be adversely affected by the granting of a parking adjustment. 4. The granting of the adjustment will be consistent with the purpose and intent of the Unified Development Ordinance because of the following: The purpose and intent of the Unified Development Ordinance is to provide adequate off-street parking. There has not been a parking problem on site to date. The owner of the property will continue to monitor parking demands of tenants. The parking administrative adjustment provides the owner more flexibility to allow a variety of restaurants and retail users with varying peak traffic demands. The applicant has prepared this application and certifies that the facts stated herein and exhibits attached hereto are true, correct, and co lete. 11 J-1IL. Signatile and title Date 12/13 1 Print Form Page 2 of 2