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File #: ORD. 2016-104    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Ordinance Status: Adopted
File created: 3/28/2016 In control: City Council
On agenda: 5/23/2016 Final action: 5/23/2016
Title: To rezone the properties known as 423 Hull Street, 501 Hull Street, 505 Hull Street, 521 Hull Street, 601 Hull Street, 609 Hull Street, 490 Bainbridge Street, 500 Bainbridge Street, 600 Bainbridge Street, and 20 West 6th Street from B-7 Mixed-Use Business District to B-5 Central Business District.
Patrons: Mayor Jones (By Request)
Indexes: Rezoning
Attachments: 1. Ord. No. 2016-104, 2. Staff Report, 3. Location Map, 4. Application & Applicant's Report, 5. Plat, 6. Letters of Support
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To rezone the properties known as 423 Hull Street, 501 Hull Street, 505 Hull Street, 521 Hull Street, 601 Hull Street, 609 Hull Street, 490 Bainbridge Street, 500 Bainbridge Street, 600 Bainbridge Street, and 20 West 6th Street from B-7 Mixed-Use Business District to B-5 Central Business District.

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O & R Request

DATE: January 28, 2016 EDITION:|910|
TO: The Honorable Members of City Council

THROUGH: Dwight C. Jones, Mayor (Patron: Mayor, by Request)
(This in no way reflects a recommendation on behalf of the Mayor.)

THROUGH: Selena Cuffee-Glenn, Chief Administrative Officer

THROUGH: P. Lee Downey, Deputy Chief Administrative Officer for Economic Development and Planning

FROM: Mark A. Olinger, Director, Department of Planning and Development Review

RE: Rezoning of 10 properties along Hull Street and Bainbridge Street

ORD. OR RES. No.


PURPOSE: To rezone the properties known as 423 Hull Street, 501 Hull Street, 505 Hull Street, 521 Hull Street, 601 Hull Street, 609 Hull Street, 490 Bainbridge Street, 500 Bainbridge Street, 600 Bainbridge Street, and 20 West 6th Street from the B-7 Mixed-Use Business District to the B-5 Central Business District.

REASON: The subject properties are zoned in the B-7 Mixed-Use Business District, which permits a mix of uses including residential, commercial and light industrial. The applicant has requested to rezone these properties to the B-5 Central Business District, which permits a mix of uses including commercial and residential, in part to reduce the parking requirements associated with the future uses of the properties.

RECOMMENDATION: In accordance with the requirements of the City Charter and the Zoning Ordinance, the City Planning Commission will review this request and make a recommendation to City Council. This item will be scheduled for consideration by the Commission at its April 4, 2016, meeting. A letter outlining the Commission's recommendation will be forwarded to City Council fol...

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