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City council and p z commission joint workshop discussion of tod code

City Council andP&Z CommissionJoint WorkshopDiscussion of TOD Code

April 2, 2009


  • Stakeholder Feedback

  • Summary of Previous TOD Discussions

  • Special Frontage Standards

  • Character Zone Elements

  • Street Types

  • Architectural Standards

  • Civic Spaces

  • Approval and Appeals

  • Adoption of TOD Code


1 stakeholder feedback
1. Stakeholder Feedback

Iron Horse Stakeholder Meetings

  • September 29 Open House (224 notices) (30 attendees)

  • October 14 Design Workshop (15 notices) (6 participants)

  • March 25 Open House (111 notices) (6 attendees)

  • General Support

    • Bluffs at Iron Horse supportive with plans to expand

    • Vacant property owners supportive

    • Traffic concerns on Browning Drive


1 stakeholder feedback1
1. Stakeholder Feedback

Smithfield Stakeholder Meetings

  • September 30 Open House (161 notices) (51 attendees)

  • October 15 Design Workshop (51 notices) (14 participants)

  • March 26 Open House (503 notices) (57 attendees)

    • Concerns from surrounding neighborhoods (Residential Transition)

    • Widening and improvements to Main Street and Smithfield Road (New Street Standards)

    • “Quiet Zones” along railroad

    • How plans for existing businesses would be affected by TOD Code


2 comments from february 5 work session
2. Comments from February 5 Work Session

  • Intensity of Uses on Loop 820

    • Combined Freeway and High Intensity Zones; increased heights to 10+ stories

  • New Street Types

    • Clarified lane and parking widths for Main Street, Smithfield, Iron Horse

    • Crosswalks on Iron Horse as part of future design plans

  • Concerns over sea of parking lots

    • Created Transitional Parking lot standards supporting phased structured parking with Special Development Plans for more than 50 parking spaces

  • Equal treatment for both sides of Davis Boulevard

    • Arterial frontage requirements set landscape and building setbacks with limited parking on frontage and building architectural control


2 comments from february 5 work session1
2. Comments from February 5 Work Session

  • Intensity of Uses on Loop 820

    • Combined Freeway and High Intensity Zones; increased heights to 10+ stories

  • New Street Types

    • Clarified lane and parking widths for Main Street, Smithfield, Iron Horse

    • Crosswalks on Iron Horse as part of future design plans

  • Concerns over sea of parking lots

    • Created Transitional Parking lot standards supporting phased structured parking with Special Development Plans for more than 50 parking spaces

  • Equal treatment for both sides of Davis Boulevard

    • Arterial frontage requirements set landscape and building setbacks with limited parking on frontage and building architectural control


2 comments from february 5 work session2
2. Comments from February 5 Work Session

  • Intensity of Uses on Loop 820

    • Combined Freeway and High Intensity Zones; increased heights to 10+ stories

  • New Street Types

    • Clarified lane and parking widths for Main Street, Smithfield, Iron Horse

    • Crosswalks on Iron Horse as part of future design plans

  • Concerns over sea of parking lots

    • Created Transitional Parking lot standards supporting phased structured parking with Special Development Plans for more than 50 parking spaces

  • Equal treatment for both sides of Davis Boulevard

    • Arterial frontage requirements set landscape and building setbacks with limited parking on frontage and building architectural control


2 comments from february 5 work session3
2. Comments from February 5 Work Session

  • Intensity of Uses on Loop 820

    • Combined Freeway and High Intensity Zones; increased heights to 10+ stories

  • New Street Types

    • Clarified lane and parking widths for Main Street, Smithfield, Iron Horse

    • Crosswalks on Iron Horse as part of future design plans

  • Concerns over sea of parking lots

    • Created Transitional Parking lot standards supporting phased structured parking with Special Development Plans for more than 50 parking spaces

  • Equal treatment for both sides of Davis Boulevard

    • Arterial frontage requirements set landscape and building setbacks with limited parking on frontage and building architectural control


2 comments from february 5 work session4
2. Comments from February 5 Work Session

  • Creating a true Mixed Use District

    • Concerns over mixed use being a catch phrase for apartment complex

    • Mixed Use Criteria standards in all character zones

    • Separated Iron Horse and Smithfield General Mixed Use zones

  • Non Conforming Uses and Buildings

    • Uses

      • auto related, outside storage, storage warehouse, heavy manufacturing would become non-conforming uses and not allowed to expand

      • Some auto uses could continue on Davis, Mid Cities and Loop 820

    • Buildings

      • Non Conforming Buildings with permitted uses can expand without increasing non conformance

  • Historic Smithfield Architectural Review Board

    • Planning & Zoning Commission serves as Review Board


2 comments from february 5 work session5
2. Comments from February 5 Work Session

  • Creating a true Mixed Use District

    • Concerns over mixed use being a catch phrase for apartment complex

    • Mixed Use Criteria standards in all character zones

    • Separated Iron Horse and Smithfield General Mixed Use zones

  • Non Conforming Uses and Buildings

    • Uses

      • auto related, outside storage, storage warehouse, heavy manufacturing would become non-conforming uses and not allowed to expand

      • Some auto uses could continue on Davis, Mid Cities and Loop 820

    • Buildings

      • Non Conforming Buildings with permitted uses can expand without increasing non conformance

  • Historic Smithfield Architectural Review Board

    • Planning & Zoning Commission serves as Review Board


2 comments from february 5 work session6
2. Comments from February 5 Work Session

  • Creating a true Mixed Use District

    • Concerns over mixed use being a catch phrase for apartment complex

    • Mixed Use Criteria standards in all character zones

    • Separated Iron Horse and Smithfield General Mixed Use zones

  • Non Conforming Uses and Buildings

    • Uses

      • auto related, outside storage, storage warehouse, heavy manufacturing would become non-conforming uses and not allowed to expand

      • Some auto uses could continue on Davis, Mid Cities and Loop 820

    • Buildings

      • Non Conforming Buildings with permitted uses can expand without increasing non conformance

  • Historic Smithfield Architectural Review Board

    • Planning & Zoning Commission serves as Review Board


Recent staff recommendations
Recent Staff Recommendations

Expansion of Permitted Use Tables

Clarifying required Mixed Uses in General Mixed Use Zones

Additions to non-conforming buildings not conforming to TOD standards may be approved with a Special Development Plan


3 special frontage standards pg 6 7
3. Special Frontage Standards (Pg 6-7)

  • Required Commercial Frontage

    • Main Street and Iron Horse Blvd. at the rail station

    • Commercial uses required on the ground floor

  • Arterial Frontage

    • Unifies development along Davis and Mid-Cities Blvd with 15 foot landscape buffer and surface parking no deeper than 70 feet along frontage

  • Boulevard Frontage

    • Unifies development frontage along Iron Horse Blvd with build to zones, parking lots no deeper than 70 feet and no more than 50% of lot frontage in parking areas


Special Frontage Standards:Iron Horse TOD

Commercial Frontage

Boulevard Frontage


Special frontage standards smithfield tod
Special Frontage Standards:Smithfield TOD

Arterial Frontage

Commercial Frontage


Special frontage standards
Special Frontage Standards

Iron Horse TODSmithfield TOD

Commercial Frontage Commercial Frontage

(Iron Horse Blvd at station) (Main Street)

Boulevard Frontage Arterial Frontage

(Iron Horse north and south (Davis and Mid Cities)

of station)

  • Are you in agreement with the proposed street frontage requirements?


4 character zones
4. Character Zones

Permitted Uses

Building Heights

Conformance to Mixed Uses

Residential Densities

Parking Incentives

Transition Standards

Bonus Provisions


Permitted uses table 5 1 5 2
Permitted Uses (Table 5.1 & 5.2)

  • Permitted Uses

    • Encouraging Mixed Use zones

    • Retail, Restaurant, Office, Residential, Light Industrial, Institutional

    • Auto related uses only allowed in General Mixed Use, Arterial and High Intensity zones with Loop 820, Davis or Mid Cities frontage

  • Not Permitted Uses

    • Auto related uses in TOD Core areas

    • Outdoor Storage Uses

    • Storage warehouse (mini-warehousing)

    • Major manufacturing


Historic core pg 11 12
Historic Core (Pg 11-12)

X

  • Preserve and reinforce existing historic fabric

  • Provide appropriate in-fill and architectural design standards

  • 1 -2 story heights

  • Mixed Use conformance – 6,000 sq.ft. or 2 acres

  • Parking – under 3,000 sq.ft./shared within 1,200 feet


Tod core pg 13 14
TOD Core (Pg 13-14)

  • Potential for new higher intensity, mixed use development

  • Maximum 4 stories; average 3 stories

  • Mixed Use conformance – 10,000 sq.ft. or 4 acres

  • Parking – under 3,000 sq.ft./shared within 1,200 feet


High intensity mixed use pg 15 16
High Intensity Mixed Use (Pg 15-16)

  • High rise office and residential uses; some ground floor retail uses

  • Intended for large scale employment uses

  • 10 stories maximum; Special Development Plan above 10 stories

  • Structured parking

  • Mixed Use conformance – 30,000 sq.ft. or 10 acres


Iron horse general mixed use pg 17 18
Iron Horse General Mixed Use (Pg 17-18)

  • Potential for a wide variety of mixed use development – could include office uses, live-work, light industrial fabrication studios, mixed residential, and retail/restaurant uses.

  • Maximum 3 stories, generally 1 – 2 stories

  • Mixed Use conformance –10,000 sq.ft. or 5 acres (25% ground floor non-res)

  • Parking – under 3,000 sq.ft/shared within 1,200 feet


Smithfield general mixed use pg 19 20
Smithfield General Mixed Use (Pg 19-20)

  • Potential for a wide variety of mixed use development – could include office uses, live-work, light industrial fabrication studios, mixed residential, and retail/restaurant uses.

  • Maximum 3 stories, generally 1 – 2 stories

  • Mixed Use conformance – 10,000 sq.ft. or 5 acres (25% ground floor non-res)

  • Parking – under 3,000 sq.ft./shared within 1,200 feet


Arterial mixed use pg 21 22
Arterial Mixed Use (Pg 21-22)

  • Generally 1 – 2 stories

  • Parking allowed along the arterial street

  • Limited to commercial uses (retail and office)

  • Mixed Use conformance – none

  • Parking – existing standards/shared within 1,200 feet


Tod residential pg 23 24
TOD Residential (Pg 23-24)

  • Redevelopment transitions to neighborhoods

  • 1 -2 story heights

  • Range of urban residential uses – brownstones, live-work, courtyard residential

  • Mixed Use conformance – none, non-residential on avenues and boulevards

  • Parking – under 3,000 sq.ft. non residential/shared within 1,200 feet


Range of land use mixes
Range of Land Use Mixes

Non-ResidentialResidential

Historic TOD 50%-95% 0%-35%

TOD Core 35%-95% 20%-40%

TOD Residential 0%-50% 35%-65%

Iron Horse General 25%-95% 10%-50%

Smithfield General 20%-85% 30%-60%

Arterial Mixed Use 45%-95% 0%-5%

High Intensity Mixed Use 35%-95% 0%-40%


Transition standards
Transition Standards

Single Family Residential

Historic TOD - none

TOD Core – 3 story height within 25 feet, 6 foot fence

TOD Residential – 2 story height within 25 feet, 6 foot fence

Iron Horse General - 2 story height within 25 feet, 6 foot fence

Smithfield General - 2 story height within 25 feet, 6 foot fence

Arterial Mixed Use - 2 story height within 25 feet, 6 foot fence

Commercial

High Intensity Mixed Use – no adjacent residential; Commercial adjacency within 250 feet of any other zone limits no more than 2 stories above adjoining zone


Bonus provisions
Bonus Provisions

Iron Horse General – 10% increase in residential for 5% increase in commercial over 15%

Smithfield General - 10% increase in residential for 5% increase in commercial over 15%

High Intensity Mixed Use – building heights over 10 stories permitted with:

  • Plazas, squares or civic open spaces

  • Structured parking

  • Minimum of 10% residential uses


4 character zones1
4. Character Zones

Permitted Uses

Building Heights

Conformance to Mixed Uses

Residential Densities

Parking Incentives

Transition Standards

Bonus Provisions

Are you in agreement with the Character Zone Standards?


5 review of tod street types pg 26 27
5. Review of TOD Street Types (Pg 26-27)

  • Commercial “Main Street”

    • Main Street

  • Avenue

    • Smithfield

    • Boulder

  • Commercial “Avenue”

    • Iron Horse at the rail station

  • TOD “Boulevard”

    • Iron Horse north and south of rail station

  • General “TOD” Street

  • TOD Alley



Avenue
Avenue

Smithfield Road, Boulder Dr, Combs Dr


Commercial avenue
Commercial “Avenue”

Iron Horse Blvd. at Rail Station


Tod boulevard
TOD Boulevard

Iron Horse Blvd. north and south of Rail Station




Tod street types
TOD Street Types

Iron Horse TODSmithfield TOD

Avenue Main Street

Commercial Avenue Avenue

TOD Boulevard TOD General

TOD General

  • Are you in agreement with the designated TOD street types?


6 architectural standards pgs 29 39
6. Architectural Standards (Pgs 29 – 39)

Sustainability and pedestrian oriented public realm, architectural elements and form, not a particular style

Location on the Street

Pedestrian-Friendly Building Massing and Scale

Feature Buildings

Architectural Elements and Storefronts

Building Materials

Building Types


Building types
Building Types

Shopfront building

3-story Mixed Use loft

4-story Mixed Use loft

2-story live-work

Apartment building

Multi-unit house

Townhouse

Detached house

Commercial high rise building


Historic smithfield architectural standards
Historic Smithfield Architectural Standards

Building Form & Massing

Horizontal Rhythm

Doors and Windows

Roof Form

Building Materials

Awnings and Canopies


6 architectural standards
6. Architectural Standards

Are you in agreement with the TOD Architectural Standards?


7 civic spaces pg 41
7. Civic Spaces (Pg 41)

-Illustrative Plan encourages location, scale and design of civic spaces

-Squares, parks and greens appropriate in any zone

-All new development shall provide a minimum of 10% of gross area in usable open space (no more than 50% for private open space)

-New development less than 10 acres may pay park fee in lieu of open space requirement

-Plazas and squares should link station platform to commercial areas

-Plaza – ¼ to 1 acre, Squares – ½ to 2 acres

-Open spaces include pocket parks, children’s play areas, greens, squares, linear greens; active parks limited to 10% of parks in station areas

  • Are you in agreement with the TOD Architectural Standards?


7 civic spaces
7. Civic Spaces

-Illustrative Plan encourages location, scale and design of civic spaces

-Squares, parks and greens appropriate in any zone

-All new development shall provide a minimum of 10% of gross area in usable open space (no more than 50% for private open space)

-New development less than 10 acres may pay park fee in lieu of open space requirement

-Plazas and squares should link station platform to commercial areas

-Plaza – ¼ to 1 acre, Squares – ½ to 2 acres

-Open spaces include pocket parks, children’s play areas, greens, squares, linear greens; active parks limited to 10% of parks in station areas

  • Are you in agreement with the TOD Architectural Standards?


7 civic spaces1
7. Civic Spaces

-Illustrative Plan encourages location, scale and design of civic spaces

-Squares, parks and greens appropriate in any zone

-All new development shall provide a minimum of 10% of gross area in usable open space (no more than 50% for private open space)

-New development less than 10 acres may pay park fee in lieu of open space requirement

-Plazas and squares should link station platform to commercial areas

-Plaza – ¼ to 1 acre, Squares – ½ to 2 acres

-Open spaces include pocket parks, children’s play areas, greens, squares, linear greens; active parks limited to 10% of parks in station areas

  • Are you in agreement with the TOD Architectural Standards?


7 civic spaces2
7. Civic Spaces

-Illustrative Plan encourages location, scale and design of civic spaces

-Squares, parks and greens appropriate in any zone

-All new development shall provide a minimum of 10% of gross area in usable open space (no more than 50% for private open space)

-New development less than 10 acres may pay park fee in lieu of open space requirement

-Plazas and squares should link station platform to commercial areas

-Plaza – ¼ to 1 acre, Squares – ½ to 2 acres

-Open spaces include pocket parks, children’s play areas, greens, squares, linear greens; active parks limited to 10% of parks in station areas

  • Are you in agreement with the TOD Architectural Standards?


7 civic spaces3
7. Civic Spaces

-Illustrative Plan encourages location, scale and design of civic spaces

-Squares, parks and greens appropriate in any zone

-All new development shall provide a minimum of 10% of gross area in usable open space (no more than 50% for private open space)

-New development less than 10 acres may pay park fee in lieu of open space requirement

-Plazas and squares should link station platform to commercial areas

-Plaza – ¼ to 1 acre, Squares – ½ to 2 acres

-Open spaces include pocket parks, children’s play areas, greens, squares, linear greens; active parks limited to 10% of parks in station areas

  • Are you in agreement with the TOD Architectural Standards?


7 civic spaces4
7. Civic Spaces

-Illustrative Plan encourages location, scale and design of civic spaces

-Squares, parks and greens appropriate in any zone

-All new development shall provide a minimum of 10% of gross area in usable open space (no more than 50% for private open space)

-New development less than 10 acres may pay park fee in lieu of open space requirement

-Plazas and squares should link station platform to commercial areas

-Plaza – ¼ to 1 acre, Squares – ½ to 2 acres

-Open spaces include pocket parks, children’s play areas, greens, squares, linear greens; active parks limited to 10% of parks in station areas

  • Are you in agreement with the TOD Architectural Standards?


7 civic spaces5
7. Civic Spaces

-Illustrative Plan encourages location, scale and design of civic spaces

-Squares, parks and greens appropriate in any zone

-All new development shall provide a minimum of 10% of gross area in usable open space (no more than 50% for private open space)

-New development less than 10 acres may pay park fee in lieu of open space requirement

-Plazas and squares should link station platform to commercial areas

-Plaza – ¼ to 1 acre, Squares – ½ to 2 acres

-Open spaces include pocket parks, children’s play areas, greens, squares, linear greens; active parks limited to 10% of parks in station areas

  • Are you in agreement with the TOD Architectural Standards?


7 civic spaces6
7. Civic Spaces

Are you in agreement with the TOD Civic and open space Standards?


8 approvals and appeals pg 42 44
8. Approvals and Appeals (Pg 42-44)

  • All applications meeting the requirements of the Code may be approved by Staff

  • All applications requesting development flexibility, modifications or incentives shall be reviewed as “special development” plans and subject to P&Z recommendation and Council approval

  • Encouraging process of seeking “master developer” to work with city to facilitate development



8 approvals and appeals
8. Approvals and Appeals

  • Are you in agreement with the TOD administrative site plan approvals and Special Development Plan process to allow development flexibility?


9 adoption of tod code
9. Adoption of TOD Code

  • Staff is recommending a creating the TOD Code in June and rezoning properties in July.

  • Sustainable Development Grant application due October 2, 2009

  • Proposed dates:

    Adopting TOD Code Rezoning Properties

    P&Z May 21, 2009 P&Z July 2, 2009

    City Council June 8, 2009 City Council July 13, 2009

    Are you prepared to move forward with creation of a Transit Oriented Code and to rezone properties around the Iron Horse and Smithfield station sites?


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