Zoning Map Amendment, Design Review, Planned Development
Ivory University House
Petition Number: PLNSUB2021-00309, PLNPCM2021-00313, PLNPCM2021-00314, PLNPCM2021-00315
Ashely Hadfield, representing the Clark and Christine Ivory Foundation, has initiated a petition to amend the zoning map for the property located at 1780 E. South Campus Drive from I (Institutional) zoning to the R-MU (Residential Mixed-Use) zoning district. In addition to the Zoning Amendment, the applicant has also submitted a Planned Development Application, Design Review and a Preliminary Subdivision. These applications are being requested to accommodate a new student housing development. The development will consist of 4 multi-family structures ranging in 67’-76’8” in height and 536 multi-family units. The Planned Development is requested to accommodate a building without street frontage, multiple buildings on one parcel and 5’ of additional height. The Design Review is requested to exceed the maximum front yard setback required in the R-MU (Residential Mixed-Use) zoning district.
The property is currently occupied by an LDS institution building that will be demolished as part of this project. The site is approximately 30 acres in size. Approximately 5.4 acres will be subdivided to accommodate the development.
Property located at approximately at 1780 E. South Campus Drive.
- Planning Commission hearing for the requested zoning map amendment, design review and planned development.
- The Planning Commission will render a decision on the requested design review and planned development. The Planning Commission will forward a recommendation on the requested zoning map amendment to the City Council.
- End of the Open House public comment period: June 28, 2021
Public Comments and Questions
The public comment period closed June 28, 2021. For additional information on this project please contact the staff planner.
Kelsey Lindquist // email@example.com // 385-226-7227
During and following this comment period, the Planning Division will evaluate the proposal against the applicable zoning standards, taking into consideration public comments as they relate to the standards, and develop a recommendation for the Planning Commission.