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Council approves application for St. Mark Village project

Council approves application for St. Mark Village project

At the City Council Public Hearing on Tuesday, Sept. 10, Council voted 5-2 to approve the application for the Preliminary Development Plan (PDP), the Official Development Plan (ODP) and the comprehensive plan amendment at the St. Mark Village property.

The six acre St. Mark Village property, owned by 3100 W. 97th Avenue LLLP, is located at the northwest corner of Federal Boulevard and 97th Avenue, immediately northwest of the Wishbone restaurant.

St. Charles Town Company will be developing a multi-family residential project for this site, consisting of 216 one-, two-, and three-bedroom affordable rental apartments. The apartments shall be arranged in seven three-story buildings with a one-story clubhouse and a pool.

A comprehensive plan amendment was also approved that changed the land use designation from mixed-use to R-36 residential for the St. Mark Village property. The Wishbone restaurant property land use designation was also changed from mixed-use to retail commercial.

For the most recent information about this project, please see the documents from the Agenda Memo on Monday, Aug. 26 (71 MB).

Meetings related to this project were scheduled as follows:

  • Neighborhood Meeting to review and discuss Comprehensive Plan amendment (held Wednesday, Feb. 27, at Westminster High School);
  • Planning Commission Meeting to consider Comprehensive Plan amendment (held Tuesday, May 14, at Westminster City Hall; Planning Commission voted 5-0 to recommend approval);
  • City Council Meeting to consider Comprehensive Plan amendment (held Monday, June 24, at Westminster City Hall; continued to Monday, July 8, then to Monday, August 26, then held on Monday, Sept. 9, and Tuesday, Sept. 10).

 

  • Neighborhood Meeting to review and discuss the PDP and ODP (held Tuesday, July 2, at St. Mark Catholic Church Annex Building);
  • Planning Commission Meeting to consider the PDP and ODP (held Tuesday, Aug. 13, at Westminster City Hall; Planning Commission voted 4-3 to recommend approval);
  • City Council Meeting about the PDP and ODP (scheduled for Monday, Aug. 26, but continued to Monday, Sept. 9 without being started).
  • City Council Meeting about the PDP an ODP held Monday, Sept. 9, but the public hearing was not completed. The hearing was continued to Tuesday, Sept. 10, at 6 p.m. at City Hall.

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