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File #: 19-8402   
Type: Zoning Case
In control: City Council A Session
On agenda: 12/5/2019
Posting Language: ZONING CASE Z-2019-10700252 (Council District 2): Ordinance amending the Zoning District Boundary from "I-1 AHOD" General Industrial Airport Hazard Overlay District and "I-1 HS AHOD" General Industrial Historic Significant Landmark Airport Hazard Overlay District to "IDZ-3 AHOD" High Intensity Infill Development Zone Airport Hazard Overlay District with uses permitted in "C-2" Commercial District, an Extended Stay Hotel, and multi-family dwelling units not to exceed 570 units and "IDZ-3 HL AHOD" High Intensity Infill Development Zone Historic Significant Landmark Airport Hazard Overlay District with uses permitted in "C-2" Commercial District, an Extended Stay Hotel, and multi-family dwelling units not to exceed 570 units (all overlays remain the same) on 2.90 acres out of NCB 656, located at 1008 Hoefgen Avenue, 1010 Hoefgen Avenue, 1010 Hoefgen Avenue 1, and 509 Delaware Street. Staff and Zoning Commission recommend Approval. (Associated Plan Amendment Case PA2019-11600071)
Attachments: 1. Location Map, 2. Site Plan, 3. Zoning Minutes, 4. Draft Ordinance, 5. Metes and Bounds, 6. Ordinance 2019-12-05-1011
Related files: 19-7525, 19-8403
DEPARTMENT: Development Services

DEPARTMENT HEAD: Michael Shannon

COUNCIL DISTRICTS IMPACTED: 2

SUBJECT:
Zoning Case Z2019-10700252
(Associated Plan Amendment Case PA2019-11600071)

SUMMARY:
Current Zoning: "I-1 AHOD" General Industrial Airport Hazard Overlay District and "I-1 HS AHOD" General Industrial Historic Significant Landmark Airport Hazard Overlay District

Requested Zoning: "IDZ-3 AHOD" High Intensity Infill Development Zone Airport Hazard Overlay District with uses permitted in "C-2" Commercial District, an Extended Stay Hotel, and multi-family dwelling units not to exceed 570 units and "IDZ-3 HL AHOD" High Intensity Infill Development Zone Historic Significant Landmark Airport Hazard Overlay District with uses permitted in "C-2" Commercial District, an Extended Stay Hotel, and multi-family dwelling units not to exceed 570 units (all overlays remain the same)

BACKGROUND INFORMATION:
Zoning Commission Hearing Date: November 5, 2019

Case Manager: Lorianne Thennes, Planner

Property Owner: Harvey Penshorn (CEO/Owner of Alamo Concrete Tile, Inc.)

Applicant: Craig Glendenning (Bright Lakes, LLC)

Representative: PURE Development Services, LLC (c/o Atiya Mitchell)

Location: 1008 Hoefgen Avenue, 1010 Hoefgen Avenue, 1010 Hoefgen Avenue 1, and 509 Delaware Street

Legal Description: 2.90 acres out of NCB 656

Total Acreage: 2.90 acres

Notices Mailed
Owners of Property within 200 feet: 22
Registered Neighborhood Associations within 200 feet: Denver Heights Neighborhood Association
Applicable Agencies: Texas Department of Transportation, Solid Waste Management, Office of Historic Preservation, Planning Department

Property Details
Property History: The subject property is currently Alamo Concrete Pavers and also contains a vacant, historic house. It is part of the original 36 square miles of the city, and was zoned "I-1," established by Ordinance 79329, dated December 16, 1993.

Topography: The property does not include any abnormal physic...

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