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File #: 2020-1167    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Ordinance Status: Preliminary Item
File created: 9/24/2020 In control: Board of Commissioners - Zoning Meeting
On agenda: 11/19/2020 Final action: 11/19/2020
Title: COMMISSION DISTRICT(S): 5 & 7 Application of Kaplan Residential to rezone property in the Indian Creek Overlay District from O-I (Office Institutional) to MR-1 (Medium Density Residential-1) to allow for a 230-unit townhome development, at 1014 Elder Lane.
Attachments: 1. Z 20 1244231 Staff Report 11-5-20 PC, 2. Z 20 1244231 Staff Report 11-10-20 BOC, 3. Recommended Conditions 11-10-20

Public Hearing: YES ? NO ? Department: Planning & Sustainability

SUBJECT:
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COMMISSION DISTRICT(S): 5 & 7
Application of Kaplan Residential to rezone property in the Indian Creek Overlay District from O-I (Office Institutional) to MR-1 (Medium Density Residential-1) to allow for a 230-unit townhome development, at 1014 Elder Lane.
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PETITION NO: N3. Z-20-1244231 2020-1167
PROPOSED USE: 230-Unit townhome development.
LOCATION: 1014 Elder Lane, Stone Mountain, GA.
PARCEL NO. : 15-228-01-003; 15-228-01-005; 15-228-01-093; 15-288-01-094
INFO. CONTACT: Melora Furman, Sr. Planner
PHONE NUMBER: 404-371-2155

PURPOSE:
Application of Kaplan Residential to rezone property in the Indian Creek Overlay District from O-I (Office Institutional) to MR-1 (Medium Density Residential-1) to allow for a 230-unit townhome development. The property is located on the west side of Elder Lane and the north side of Redan Road, at 1014 and 1015 Elder Lane and 3892 and 3960 Redan Road, Stone Mountain, Georgia. The property has approximately 1,175 feet of frontage along Redan Road and approximately 908 feet of frontage along Elder Lane and contains 19.98 acres.

RECOMMENDATION:
Recommended Action
COMMUNITY COUNCIL: Approval with a condition.

PLANNING COMMISSION: Full Cycle Deferral.

PLANNING STAFF: Approval With Conditions.

STAFF ANALYSIS: The proposed development is consistent with the intent of the 2013 Indian Creek Master Active Living Plan and the 2019 I-20 East Transit-Oriented Development Community Plan to promote pedestrian connections between new townhome development on the subject property and the MARTA station. The proposed density of development is consistent with the concepts contained in the plans to increase ridership by providing a critical mass of households near the station and pedestrian connections that would encourage residents of these households to walk to the station rather than driv...

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