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File #: 23-0289    Name:
Type: Land Use and Development (Planning Commission Items) Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 9/14/2022 In control: Planning Commission
On agenda: 12/6/2022 Final action:
Title: Development Special Use Permit #2022-10017 Transportation Management Plan Special Use Permit #2022-00077 West End (Landmark) Blocks E & G - 5801 Duke Street Public Hearing and consideration of a request for a Development Special Use Permit to construct three mixed-use buildings with 390 multifamily units, over 80,400 sq. ft. of commercial space, and over 119,500 sq. ft. of medical office space; including a Coordinated Development District Special Use Permit; a Special Use Permit to exceed the maximum allowed off-street parking requirement; a Special Use Permit for more than three mechanical penthouses; a Special Use Permit for a penthouse to exceed 15-ft. in height; and a Tier III Transportation Management Plan; zoned CDD #29/Coordinated Development District #29. Applicant: Landmark Land Holdings, LLC, represented by Kenneth Wire, Attorney
Attachments: 1. DSUP2022-10017 Staff Report, 2. DSUP2022-10017 Site Plan, 3. DSUP2022-10017 Presentation

Title

Development Special Use Permit #2022-10017

Transportation Management Plan Special Use Permit #2022-00077

West End (Landmark) Blocks E & G - 5801 Duke Street

Public Hearing and consideration of a request for a Development Special Use Permit to construct three mixed-use buildings with 390 multifamily units, over 80,400 sq. ft. of commercial space, and over 119,500 sq. ft. of medical office space; including a Coordinated Development District Special Use Permit; a Special Use Permit to exceed the maximum allowed off-street parking requirement; a Special Use Permit for more than three mechanical penthouses; a Special Use Permit for a penthouse to exceed 15-ft. in height; and a Tier III Transportation Management Plan; zoned CDD #29/Coordinated Development District #29.

Applicant: Landmark Land Holdings, LLC, represented by Kenneth Wire, Attorney