The 400 unit cap was included to address the school capacity/concurrency process.
We told you in 2016 that Calvary Assembly submitted a PD amendment to accommodate future development on their 39 acre property at 1199 Clay St. (MAP) for multi-family, hotel, senior assisted living and independent senior living. They got approval for 400 multifamily dwelling units (See plans) and requested the City abandon a 100 ft. long portion of Cornell Ave. located within the existing Calvary Assembly of God property.
Calvary Assembly recently requested a new growth management plan amendment to allow for the following:
163 additional multifamily units above the already approved 400 to 563 total. The 400 unit cap was included to address the school capacity/concurrency process.
Delete the conditions requiring the improvement of Crandon Avenue and altogether abandon the Crandon Avenue rights-of-way adjacent to the site. The abandonment is being requested in order to create a sufficient developable area not bisected by City right of way. Calvary Assembly says abandoning this little used segment of right of way will discourage cut-through traffic and provide convenient access to residential development.
Add the property at 1900 Oglesby into the subarea
Amend the condition required stormwater ponds be 25’ from the rights-of-way to 10’