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AGENDA CITY OF ALLEN PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION REGULAR MEETING TUESDAY, DECEMBER 6, 2016 – 7:00 P.M. CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS ALLEN CITY HALL 305 CE...

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AGENDA CITY OF ALLEN PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION REGULAR MEETING TUESDAY, DECEMBER 6, 2016 – 7:00 P.M. CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS ALLEN CITY HALL 305 CENTURY PARKWAY ALLEN, TEXAS 75013 Call to Order and Announce a Quorum is Present Pledge of Allegiance Directors Report 1. Action taken on the Planning & Zoning Commission items by City Council at the November 22, 2016, regular meeting. Consent Agenda (Routine P&Z business. Consent Agenda is approved by a single majority vote. Items may be removed for open discussion by a request from a Commission member or member of staff.) 2. Approve minutes from the November 15, 2016, regular meeting. 3. Extension Request – Consider a request for a 60-day extension to file the Final Plat for Lot 1, Block A, Allen ISD Elementary 18; being 18.4022± acres, generally located at the southwest corner of Ridgeview Drive and Chelsea Boulevard. (FP-7/1416-54) [Allen ISD Elementary 18] 4. Final Plat – Consider a Final Plat for Montgomery Farm Estates, Phase 1, being 48.831± acres located in the T.G. Kennedy Survey, Abstract No. 500; generally located southeast of Bethany Drive and Brett Drive. (FP-10/10/16-101) [Montgomery Farm Estates, Ph. 1] Regular Agenda 5. Public Hearing/Replat – Conduct a Public Hearing and consider a Replat of Lakeland Marketing Addition, Lot 1, Block 1; generally located at the northwest corner of Main Street and Cedar Drive. (RP-8/1/16-61) [Lakeland Marketing]

305 CENTURY PARKWAY • ALLEN, TEXAS 75013 •214.509.4100 WEB: www.cityofallen.org•EMAIL: [email protected]

6. Public Hearing – Conduct a Public Hearing and consider a request to change the zoning of 10.839± acres located in the Jas T. Roberts Survey, Abstract No. 777 and the Henry Wetsel Survey, Abstract No. 1026; generally located south of Stacy Road and east of Greenville Avenue, from Shopping Center “SC” to a Planned Development for Townhome Residential “TH”, and adopt Development Regulations, a Concept Plan, Hardscape Plan, and Building Elevations. (Z-9/16-16-87) [Stacy Villas] Executive Session (As Needed) As authorized by Section 551.071(2) of the Texas Government Code, this meeting may be convened into closed Executive Session for the purpose of seeking confidential legal advice from the City Attorney on any agenda item listed herein. Adjournment This notice was posted at Allen City Hall, 305 Century Parkway, Allen, Texas, at a place convenient and readily accessible to the public at all times. Said notice was posted on Friday, December 2, 2016 at 5:00 pm. _________________________________ Shelley B. George, City Secretary

Allen City Hall is wheelchair accessible. Access to the building and special parking are available at the entrance facing Century Parkway. Requests for sign interpreters or special services must be received forty-eight (48) hours prior to the meeting time by calling the City Secretary at 214-5094105.

Director’s Report from 11/22/2016 City Council Meeting •

The request to conduct a Public Hearing and Adopt an Ordinance Amending the Development Regulations of District E of Planned Development No. 108 and Adopt a Concept Plan and Building Elevations Relating to the Use and Development of a 9.661+/- Acre Portion of Land Generally Located South of Allen Drive and West of US Highway 75. [Pinstack - Entertainment Center], was approved.



The request to conduct a Public Hearing and Adopt an Ordinance Approving Specific Use Permit No. 150 for a Minor Automotive Repair Use for Lot 12, Block A, Greenville Center Addition, Generally Located South of Stacy Road and West of Greenville Avenue. [Brakes Plus - Tire Sales and Services], was approved.



The request to continue the Public Hearing and Adopt an Ordinance Amending the Zoning from Single-Family Residential R-3 to a Planned Development for Townhome Residential District TH, and Adopt a Concept Plan, Open Space Plan, Development Regulations and Building Elevations; for a 6.245± Acre Tract of Land, Generally Located South of Main Street and East of Greenville Avenue. [Ashwood Creek Place - Townhome Development], was approved.

November 15, 2016

PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION Regular Meeting November 15, 2016

ATTENDANCE: Commissioners Present: Jeff Cocking, Chair Stephen Platt, Jr., 2nd Vice-Chair John Ogrizovich Luke Hollingsworth Michael Orr Absent: Ben Trahan, 1st Vice-Chair Shirley Mangrum City Staff Present: Ogden “Bo” Bass, AICP, Director of Community Development Joseph Cotton, PE, Assistant Director of Engineering Brian Bristow, Assistant Director of Parks and Recreation Madhuri Mohan, AICP, Senior Planner Meredith Nurge, Planner Call to Order and Announce a Quorum is Present: With a quorum of the Commissioners present, Chairman Cocking called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m. in the City Hall Council Chambers Room at Allen City Hall, 305 Century Parkway. Director’s Report 1. Action taken on the Planning & Zoning Commission items by City Council at the November 8, 2016, regular meeting, attached. Consent Agenda (Routine P&Z business. Consent Agenda is approved by a single majority vote. Items may be removed for open discussion by a request from a Commission member or member of staff.) 2. Approve minutes from the November 1, 2016, regular meeting. 3. Capital Improvement Program (CIP) Status Report. 4. Final Plat – Consider a Final Plat for Bethany Pet Hospital, Lots 1, 2, & 3, Block 1; being 7.013+/acres, generally located at the northeast corner of Bethany Drive and Heritage Parkway. (FP-10/10/16100) [Bethany Pet Hospital]

November 15, 2016

Motion:

Upon a motion by 2nd Vice-Chair Platt, and a second by Commissioner Ogrizovich, the Commission voted 5 IN FAVOR, and 0 OPPOSED to approve the Consent Agenda. The motion carried.

Regular Agenda 5. Public Hearing/Residential Replat – Conduct a Public Hearing and consider a Residential Replat for Lots 1-3, Block E, The Village at Twin Creeks Phase One; generally located south of Margo Drive and west of Kennedy Drive. (RP-9/6/16-82) [Twin Creeks Phase One] Ms. Meredith Nurge, Planner, presented the item to the Commission. She stated that the item is a Residential Repat for Lots 1-3, Block E, The Village at Twin Creeks Phase One. The subject property is generally located south of Margo Drive and west of Kennedy Drive. It is zoned Planned Development PD No. 108 for Single Family Residential SF. The properties to the north, east, south, and west are also zoned Planned Development PD No. 108 for Single Family Residential SF. Ms. Nurge said that the purpose of this replat is to relocate the common lot lines between Lots 1 and 2, Block E, and Lots 2 and 3, Block E, respectively. All other conditions remain the same. There are no impacts to existing utilities, structures, setbacks, or zoning regulations. The replat has been reviewed by the Technical Review Committee and meets the standards of the Allen Land Development Code. Chairman Cocking opened the Public Hearing. Chairman Cocking closed the Public Hearing. Motion:

Upon a motion by Commissioner Ogrizovich, and a second by Commissioner Orr, the Commission voted 5 IN FAVOR, and 0 OPPOSED to approve the Residential Replat for Lots 1-3, Block E, The Village at Twin Creeks Phase One; generally located south of Margo Drive and west of Kennedy Drive. (RP9/6/16-82) [Twin Creeks Phase One] The motion carried.

6. Public Hearing – Conduct a Public Hearing and consider a request to amend the Development Regulations and adopt a Concept Plan and Building Elevations, for Lot 1, Block A, Allen Station Business Park #3; generally located north of Exchange Parkway and east of Andrews Parkway (and commonly known as 420 E. Exchange Parkway). (Z-8/26/16-74) [WatchGuard Video] Ms. Mohan, Senior Planner, presented the item to the Commission. She stated that the item is a PD Amendment for WatchGuard Video. The property is generally located north of Exchange Parkway and east of Andrews Parkway (and commonly known as 420 E. Exchange Parkway). The properties to the north and west (across Andrews Parkway) are zoned Planned Development PD No. 58 Light Industrial LI. The property to the south (across Exchange Parkway) is zoned Planned Development PD No. 58 Community Facilities CF, the location of the Don Rodenbaugh Natatorium and the Allen ISD stadium. The property to the east is zoned Planned Development PD No. 58 Multi-Family MF.

November 15, 2016

The property is currently zoned Planned Development PD No. 58 Light Industrial LI. The applicant is proposing to develop the 12.139± acre lot for a WatchGuard Video facility, and amend the Development Regulations, adopt a Concept Plan, and Building Elevations for the property. Ms. Mohan said that there is an existing WatchGuard Video facility at 415 Century Parkway. The applicant is currently leasing the 415 Century Parkway location and wishes to relocate to the subject property. Ms. Mohan said that the site will be developed in two phases. Phase I will include the 140,000 square foot proposed building. The building will be two stories with a maximum height of 42.5 feet. Phase II will add an additional 60,000 square feet to the site. This Phase II building will either be an expansion to the Phase I building or constructed as a separate building. The total parking provided (for the build out of both phases) exceeds the Allen Land Development Code (ALDC) parking requirement. Additionally, two loading areas (with three docks) are proposed for the building on Phase I. These loading areas are located on the northern side of the building, and meet the required number of loading areas per the ALDC. There are two points of access into the development; one on Exchange Parkway and one on Andrews Parkway. The developer will also be installing deceleration lanes on Exchange Parkway and Andrews Parkway. A 5’ sidewalk will also be constructed along Andrews Parkway. The building elevations show concrete, aluminum, and glass storefront as the primary exterior building materials. Ms. Mohan summarized the Proposed Development Regulations: -

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Base Zoning District: LI Concept Plan: The Property shall be developed in general conformance with the Concept Plan. Building Elevations: The Property shall be developed in general conformance with the height, materials, and architectural style shown in the Building Elevations. Setbacks: • Front Yard Setback (Andrews Parkway): 85’ • Parking Setback (Andrews Parkway): 15’ • Parking Setback (Exchange Parkway): 25’ Street Improvements: The Developer shall install deceleration lanes on Exchange Parkway and Andrews Parkway. No CO shall be issued until completion of construction and acceptance by Engineering. Driveways: Driveway throat lengths and spacing shall be constructed as shown on the Concept Plan. Flood Study: Any improvements on any area of the Property located within the regulatory flood plain is subject to approval of a flood plain study by the City of Allen Engineering Department and requires approval by FEMA (through a CLOMR and LOMR) • The CLOMR shall be approved prior to any grading or development permit that impacts the floodplain. • A LOMR shall be approved prior to a CO for any building or improvements that encroaches the floodplain. • An environmental study is required prior to any disturbance of wetland or treed areas.

The PD Amendment request has been reviewed by the Technical Review Committee. Ms. Mohan said that staff received one letter in support of the request.

November 15, 2016

Commissioner Orr asked if there would be fencing between the Multi-Family property and the subject property. Ms. Mohan said yes. The fencing will likely be wrought iron because the property is adjacent to the floodplain (open space). Chairman Cocking confirmed that the LOMR and CLOMR letters will be approved prior to any permitting or an issuance of a CO. Ms. Mohan said yes. Chairman Cocking opened the Public Hearing. Chairman Cocking closed the Public Hearing. The following residents submitted citizen responses: -

Joe Jernigan, 1300 Andrews Pkwy., Allen, Texas - Support

Motion:

Upon a motion by Commissioner Hollingsworth, and a second by 2nd ViceChair Platt, the Commission vote 5 in favor and 0 opposed to approve the request to amend the Development Regulations and adopt a Concept Plan and Building Elevations, for Lot 1, Block A, Allen Station Business Park #3; generally located north of Exchange Parkway and east of Andrews Parkway (and commonly known as 420 E. Exchange Parkway). (Z-8/26/16-74) [WatchGuard Video] The motion carried.

Executive Session (As Needed) As authorized by Section 551.071(2) of the Texas Government Code, this meeting may be convened into closed Executive Session for the purpose of seeking confidential legal advice from the City Attorney on any agenda item listed herein. Adjournment The meeting adjourned at 7:15 p.m.

These minutes approved this ________day of _______________2016. __________________________________ Jeff Cocking, Chairman

__________________________________ Meredith Nurge, Planner

November 15, 2016

Director’s Report from 11/8/2016 City Council Meeting •

The request to conduct a Public Hearing and adopt an Ordinance to establish Planned Development No. 125 and adopt Development Regulations, a Concept Plan, and Building Elevations, for Lot 1, Block A, Allen High School Addition, and a 6.248+/- acre portion of land situated in the Peter Wetsel Survey, Abstract No. 990, generally located north of Main Street and east of Jupiter Road, for Lowery Freshman Center was approved.



The request to conduct a Public Hearing and adopt an Ordinance amending the Development Regulations for Planned Development No. 54 and adopt a Concept Plan, Landscape Plan, and Building Elevations for a 2.387± acre tract of land generally located northeast of Walmart Supercenter, south of Curtis Lane and west of US Highway 75, for Tru by Hilton Hotels was approved.



The request to conduct a Public Hearing and adopt an Ordinance Amending Planned Development No. 73 to change the Base Zoning from Shopping Center to Single-Family Residential R-7, and adopt a Concept Plan, Building Elevations, and Development Regulations, relating to a 19.4817+/acre portion of Lot 2A, Block B, The Village at Allen, for St. Andrews Park was approved.

PLANNING & ZONING COMMISSION AGENDA COMMUNICATION AGENDA DATE:

December 6, 2016

SUBJECT:

Extension Request – Consider a request for a 60-day extension to file the Final Plat for Lot 1, Block A, Allen ISD Elementary 18; being 18.4022± acres, generally located at the southwest corner of Ridgeview Drive and Chelsea Boulevard. (FP-7/14/16-54) [Allen ISD Elementary 18]

STAFF RESOURCE:

Madhuri Mohan, AICP Senior Planner

PREVIOUS COMMISSION/COUNCIL ACTION:

Alternative Screening Request - Approved June, 2016 General Development Plan - Approved July, 2016 Preliminary Plat - Approved September, 2016 Final Plat - Approved October, 2016

BACKGROUND The Allen Land Development Code, Section 8.03.4, Paragraph 5, states that a Final Plat/Replat shall expire if not filed of record within 90 days of approval. However, the Planning & Zoning Commission, at its discretion, may grant an extension of time not to exceed sixty (60) days. The Final Plat for Lot 1, Block A, Allen ISD Elementary 18, was approved on October 4, 2016. The applicant has submitted a request for a 60-day extension of approval to allow more time to obtain offsite easements and finalize the Plat for recording purposes. With this extension, the Final Plat would expire on March 3, 2017. STAFF RECOMMENDATION Staff recommends approval of the 60-day extension of the Final Plat to March 3, 2017. RECOMMENDED MOTION I make a motion to approve the 60-day extension for recording the Final Plat for Lot 1, Block A, Allen ISD Elementary 18. ATTACHMENTS Letter from Applicant Requesting Extension

November 14, 2016 Planning & Development Department City of Allen 305 Century Parkway Allen, TX 75013 Re:

Allen ISD Elementary 18

To Whom It May Concern, Please consider this letter our request for an extension to the expiration date of the above-referenced plat which is set to expire on January 2, 2017. This extension is needed to provide more time for Allen ISD to obtain offsite easements. Sincerely,

Brandon Davidson, P.E. Corwin Engineering, Inc.

PLANNING & ZONING COMMISSION AGENDA COMMUNICATION AGENDA DATE:

December 6, 2016

SUBJECT:

Consider a Final Plat for Montgomery Farm Estates, Phase 1, being 48.831± acres located in the T.G. Kennedy Survey, Abstract No. 500; generally located southeast of Bethany Drive and Brett Drive. (FP-10/10/16-101) [Montgomery Farm Estates, Ph. 1]

STAFF RESOURCE:

Meredith Nurge Planner

PREVIOUS COMMISSION/ COUNCIL ACTION:

Planned Development PD No. 105 Approved – June, 2010 Planned Development PD No. 105 Amended – January, 2016 Preliminary Plat Approved – June, 2016

LEGAL NOTICES:

None.

ANTICIPATED CITY COUNCIL DATE:

None.

BACKGROUND The property is generally located southeast of Bethany Drive and Brett Drive. The property to the north (across Bethany Drive) is zoned Planned Development PD No. 76 Single-Family Residential R-5. The property to the west is zoned Planned Development PD No. 96 Single-Family Residential R-4 and Agriculture-Open Space AO. The property to the south is zoned Planned Development PD No. 105 SingleFamily Residential R-7 and Agriculture-Open Space AO. The properties to the east are zoned Planned Development PD No. 105 Single-Family Residential R-5 and Planned Development PD No. 74 Single-Family Residential R-7. A Planned Development amendment was approved in January 2016 for Montgomery Farm Estates, a proposed residential development offering diverse lot and housing sizes, architectural styles, and community reserve areas. The Preliminary plat was approved in June 2016. Final platting is the last step in the development process. The Preliminary plat showed two (2) phases of development. The subject Final plat is for Phase 1, and shows 48.831± acres of land subdivided into 134 residential lots and nine (9) Open Space/HOA lots. There are three (3) access points into the development. There is one (1) access point on Brett Drive (which connects to Bethany Drive). There is one (1) access point on Monica Drive from the property to the west (The Meadow at Montgomery Farm), and one (1) access point on Spencer Street from the property to the east (Angel Field West). The plat also shows ROW dedication and various easements required for development. The Final Plat has been reviewed by the Technical Review Committee, is generally consistent with the PD Concept Plan, and Preliminary Plat, and meets the requirements of the Allen Land Development Code. STAFF RECOMMENDATION Staff recommends approval.

Planning & Zoning Commission December 6, 2016 Montgomery Farm Estates, Ph. 1 Page 2

MOTION I make a motion to approve the Final Plat for Montgomery Farm Estates, Phase 1, generally located southeast of Bethany Drive and Brett Drive.

ATTACHMENTS Final Plat

PLANNING & ZONING COMMISSION AGENDA COMMUNICATION AGENDA DATE:

December 6, 2016

SUBJECT:

Public Hearing/Replat – Conduct a Public Hearing and consider a Replat of Lakeland Marketing Addition, Lot 1, Block 1; generally located at the northwest corner of Main Street and Cedar Drive. (RP-8/1/16-61) [Lakeland Marketing]

STAFF RESOURCE:

Meredith Nurge Planner

PREVIOUS COMMISSION/COUNCIL ACTION:

Amended Plat Approved – July, 1996 Alley Right-of-Way Abandonment - February, 2016 Replat Approved – September, 2016 (Expired December, 2016)

LEGAL NOTICES:

None.

ANTICIPATED CITY COUNCIL DATE:

None.

BACKGROUND The property is generally located on the northwestern corner of the intersection of Main Street and Cedar Drive. The properties to the north, west, south (across Main Street) and east (across Cedar Drive) are zoned Central Business District CBD. The property is zoned Central Business District CBD. The existing Lakeland Marketing building is located at 207 E. Main Street. A Site Plan was approved for the existing building as well as a new parking lot addition on a separate lot to the north. The Design Review Committee (responsible for approval of any new construction, addition, or alteration in the Central Business District) approved the site in concept in August, 2015. An existing alley between the two lots was abandoned through City Council action at the February, 2016 City Council meeting. Platting these two lots and incorporating the land area within the abandoned alleyway is the last step in the site’s overall development process. The original Replat was approved by the Planning and Zoning Commission on September 6, 2016. However, errors with the legal description and adjacent property description were discovered prior to filing this plat at the County. Since this Replat was not filed within 90 days of Commission approval, it expired. These errors have now been corrected with the Replat being considered at this meeting. The Replat shows an approximately 0.39± acre lot. There are two (2) access points into the development, both on Cedar Drive. The Replat has been reviewed by the Technical Review Committee, is consistent with the Site Plan, and meets the standards of the Allen Land Development Code. STAFF RECOMMENDATION Staff recommends approval.

Planning & Zoning Commission December 6, 2016 Lakeland Marketing Page 2

MOTION I make a motion to approve the Replat of Lakeland Marketing Addition, Lot 1, Block 1; generally located at the northwest corner of Main Street and Cedar Drive ATTACHMENTS Replat

PLANNING & ZONING COMMISSIONAGENDA COMMUNICATION AGENDA DATE:

December 6, 2016

SUBJECT:

Public Hearing – Conduct a Public Hearing and consider a request to change the zoning of 10.839± acres located in the Jas T. Roberts Survey, Abstract No. 777 and the Henry Wetsel Survey, Abstract No. 1026; generally located south of Stacy Road and east of Greenville Avenue, from Shopping Center “SC” to a Planned Development for Townhome Residential “TH”, and adopt Development Regulations, a Concept Plan, Hardscape Plan, and Building Elevations. (Z-9/16-16-87) [Stacy Villas]

STAFF RESOURCE:

Madhuri Mohan, AICP Senior Planner

PREVIOUS COMMISSION/COUNCIL ACTION:

October, 2003 – General Development Plan Approved November, 2003 – Preliminary Plat Approved August, 2009 – Revised Preliminary Plat Approved July, 2011 – Revised Preliminary Plat Approved December, 2014 – Revised General Development Plan Approved

LEGAL NOTICES:

Public Hearing Sign – November 23, 2016 Public Hearing Notices – November 23, 2016

ANTICIPATED COUNCIL DATE:

January 10, 2017

BACKGROUND The property is generally located south of Stacy Road and east of Greenville Avenue. The property to the north is zoned Shopping Center SC, and further north (across Stacy Road), is the Town of Fairview. The properties to the east are zoned Community Facilities CF and Single-Family Residential R-7. To the south, the property is zoned Single-Family Residential R-7. The properties to the west are zoned Shopping Center SC, and further west (across Greenville Avenue), zoned Shopping Center SC and Single-Family Residential R-5. The property is currently zoned Shopping Center SC. The applicant is requesting to change the zoning by creating a Planned Development for a townhome development, and adopting Development Regulations, a Concept Plan, Hardscape Plan, and Building Elevations for the property. The proposed residential development is approximately 10.839± acres. The attached Concept Plan shows a total of eighty-eight (88) residential lots and six (6) HOA lots. All lots have a minimum lot size of 25’X90’ (2,250 square feet) and will be front-entry with a minimum dwelling unit area of 1,300 square feet. The gross lot density equates to 8.11 units/acre. Of the six HOA lots, four (4) are open space lots. Open Space provided exceeds ALDC standards. Pedestrian walkways with seating areas are provided throughout the open space areas. Two 3” caliper shade trees are required for each dwelling unit. A minimum of one tree will be planted on each dwelling unit, and the remaining shade tree will be planted either on the lot with the dwelling unit or within the open space areas of the property.

Planning & Zoning Commission December 6, 2016 Stacy Villas Page 2

There are two (2) primary access points into the development; one on Greenville Avenue, and one on Stacy Road through an Access, Utility, and Firelane Easement. Parking within the development will be provided through parking in the garage, driveway, and designated head-in parking areas. Parking along internal roadways is prohibited, and will be marked by curb striping indicating “No Parking.” The attached Hardscape Plan shows the screening for the property. Perimeter screening consists of an existing eight foot (8’) masonry (brick) screening wall on the southern and eastern portions of the property adjacent to the single-family development. An eight foot (8’) masonry (brick) screening wall will also be constructed along the northern and western portions of the property adjacent to the commercial lots. Screening on the western side of the development (and a small portion on the northern side of the development) will include an eight foot (8’) masonry (stone) wall. Interior screening will consist of six foot (6’) ornamental metal fencing. Primary building materials, shown on the three types of building elevations (attached) are brick and stone with composition shingle roofing. Each of the three elevation types will be used on at least four (out of the 18) buildings in the development. Garage doors and driveways will be enhanced and treated. The maximum building height will be 2 ½ stories or 39’. Any windows on the second floor of the rear elevations of Lots 2429, Block A, will be opaque glass/privacy windows. The attached development regulations include design standards to establish the Planned Development, including lot design criteria, garage setback, building height, screening, a no parking provision, and a tree planting regulation. The request has been reviewed by the Technical Review Committee. STAFF RECOMMENDATION Staff recommends approval. MOTION I make a motion to recommend approval of the request to change the zoning of 10.839± acres; generally located south of Stacy Road and east of Greenville Avenue, from Shopping Center “SC” to a Planned Development for Townhome Residential “TH”, and adopt Development Regulations, a Concept Plan, Hardscape Plan, and Building Elevations, for Stacy Villas. ATTACHMENTS Property Notification Map Development Regulations Concept Plan Hardscape Plan Building Elevations

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DRAFT OF PROPOSED DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS FOR STACY VILLAS The Property shall be developed and used in accordance with the applicable provisions of the Allen Land Development Code, as amended, (“ALDC”) except to the extent modified by the Development Regulations set forth below: A.

BASE ZONING DISTRICT: The Property shall be developed and used only in accordance with the Townhome Residential District “TH” standards of the ALDC, except as otherwise provided in this Ordinance.

B.

CONCEPT PLAN: The Property shall be developed in substantial conformance with the Concept Plan attached hereto as Exhibit “A” and incorporated herein by reference. Minor modifications to streets that do not alter the general alignment shown on the Concept Plan may be made at the time of platting.

C.

LOT DESIGN CRITERIA: The lot design criteria for the Property shall be as follows: (1)

Lot Width: The minimum lot width shall be 25’.

(2)

Lot Area: The minimum lot area shall be 2,250 square feet.

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Dwelling Unit Size: The minimum dwelling unit size shall be 1,300 square feet of air conditioned space.

D.

GARAGE SETBACK: Not less than 20 feet (to face of the structure)

E.

BUILDING ELEVATIONS: (1)

The residential units constructed on the Property shall be developed in general conformance with the materials (both in style and mix) and architectural style set forth in the Building Elevations attached hereto as Exhibit “B,” and incorporated herein by reference.

(2)

Each of the three elevation types shall be used on at least four (out of the 18) buildings in the development.

(3)

Garage doors shall be metal, patterned with a wood-like texture.

(4)

The driveways shall be treated with a decorative concrete aggregate, with one of the following finishes: 1. Exposed Aggregate 2. Stained Concrete 3. Salt Finished Concrete

(5)

F.

Any windows on a second floor of the rear elevation of Lots 24 through 29, Block A, must be opaque glass/privacy window.

BUILDING HEIGHT: The maximum building height shall be thirty-nine (39) feet.

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SCREENING: Screening on the Property shall be developed in general conformance with the Hardscape Plan attached hereto as Exhibit “C” and incorporated herein by reference. No building permit shall be issued until the fence permit has been issued and construction of the screening wall has commenced. No final building inspections shall be conducted for any building constructed on the Property until the Director of Community Development or designee has determined that construction and installation of all required screening has been completed and conforms to the Hardscape Plan and other applicable city ordinances.

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NO PARKING: No on-street parking is allowed on the Property except where designated headin parking is provided or anywhere that on-street parking is otherwise authorized by the Fire Marshal. Areas where on-street parking is prohibited must be marked by curb striping indicating “No Parking.”

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TREE PLANTING: No fewer than two (2) shade trees (as defined in Appendix C of the ALDC) with a trunk diameter of not less than three (3) caliper inches at time of planting, shall be planted for each dwelling unit within the Property for which a building permit has been issued. At least one of the required shade trees must be planted on each lot, with the remaining required shade tree to be planted either on the lot with the dwelling unit or within the open space areas of the Property. The Director of Community Development shall have the authority to withhold final inspections of buildings constructed on the Property if it is determined that the required number of shade trees has not been planted as of the date of the suspension. Such suspension shall be lifted upon determination by the Director of Community Development that the required by number of shade trees has been planted.

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8'-0" HT. BRICKCRETE SCREENING WALL

Allen, Texas STACY VILLAS

Exhibit D C3 of 4

One Inch

Bar is one inch on original drawing. If not one inch on this sheet, adjust scale as necessary.

8'-0" HT. THINWALL W/ STONE COLUMNS

Allen, Texas STACY VILLAS

Exhibit D C4 of 4

One Inch

Bar is one inch on original drawing. If not one inch on this sheet, adjust scale as necessary.

8'-0" HT. STONE WALL AND COLUMNS

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