Petitioner: Gershman Partners by Michael Rabinowitch
Petitioner is seeking input from the Land Use Committee on their proposed redevelopment of the former Double 8 Foods at 4564 N. College Ave. The project would include restoring the existing building to house a restaurant. A partial rezone of the property is required, along with variances of use. Petitioner will be presenting their project and seeking input from neighbors and the land use committee. Once their zoning petition is finalized, the petitioner will return to the committee to seek support for the request.
Homeowners: Jennifer and Alan Pyrz
Homeowners plan to construct an addition to their home, which will likely require a setback variance along the north side and the south side. Prior to filing the request with the City’s Department of Metropolitan Development, they are seeking input from the committee and neighbors at this time. If they proceed with requesting the variance, they will come before the committee in the future with a final request.
Petitioner: Arthur A and Sharon J Cope, by David and Justin Kingen City Petition: 2016-CZN-836 / 2016-CVR-836
The Copes have applied to rezone 0.21 acres from the D-8 district to the C-S classification to provide for D-8, C-1 and SU-2 uses. The intended use of the property is a Reggio Emilia preschool (The Sapling School). They have also applied for variances of development standards of the Consolidated Zoning and Subdivision Ordinance to provide for:
Additional details from the petitioner can be found here.
Petitioner: Kessler Boulevard Investments, by David Kingen and Justin Kingen
City Petition: 2016-DV2-040
Petitioner has applied for variances of development standards of the Consolidated Zoning and Subdivision Ordinance to provide for:
As part of the application, the Petitioner commits to the following: