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File #: 19-7765   
Type: Staff Briefing - Without Ordinance
In control: Planning Commission
On agenda: 10/23/2019
Posting Language: 180025: Request by Marques Mitchell, Brooks Development Authority, for approval to subdivide a tract of land to establish BCB-Research Plaza Unit 3 Subdivision, generally located at the intersection of South New Braunfels and Research Plaza. Staff recommends Approval. (Jose Garcia, Planner, (210) 207-8268, Jose.Garcia4@sanantonio.gov, Development Services Department)
Attachments: 1. FINAL PLAT
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Department:    Development Services

 

SUBJECT:    

BCB-Research Plaza Unit 3     180025                                          

 

SUMMARY: 

Request by Marques Mitchell, Brooks Development Authority, for approval to subdivide a tract of land to establish BCB-Research Plaza Unit 3 Subdivision, generally located at the intersection of South New Braunfels and Research Plaza. Staff recommends Approval.  (Jose Garcia, Planner, (210) 207-8268, Jose.Garcia4@sanantonio.gov, Development Services Department)

 

BACKGROUND INFORMATION:

Council District:                     3

Filing Date:                                           October 8, 2019

Owner:                                                               Marques Mitchell, Brooks Development Authority

Engineer/Surveyor:                     Pape-Dawson Engineers, Inc.

Staff Coordinator:                     Jose Garcia, Planner, (210) 207-8268

 

ANALYSIS:

Zoning:

“MF-33” Multi-Family District

 

Master Development Plans:

MDP 15-00001.01, Brooks City-Base, accepted on August 5, 2016.

 

Alternative Actions:                     

Per State Law, Section, 212.009 and Unified Development Code, Section 35-432(e) the Planning Commission must approve Plats that conform to the Code.

 

RECOMMENDATION:

Approval of a Subdivision Plat that consists of 19.480 acre tract of land, which proposes three (3) non-single-family residential lots, and approximately four thousand eighteen (4,018) linear feet of public streets.