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File #: ORD-0482    Version: Name: NorthPointe PUD Rezoning
Type: Ordinance Status: Public Hearing
File created: 9/26/2019 In control: Planning and Zoning Commission
On agenda: 10/7/2019 Final action:
Title: To receive public comment and consider an application to rezone approximately 120 acres consisting of an 81.15-acre tract located generally northwest of the SH 130 and E. Pflugerville Pkwy intersection and a 38.14-acre tract located generally northeast of the N. SH 130 North Bound Service Road and Falcon Village Ln intersection, from Urban Level 4 (CL4) district to Planned Unit Development (PUD), to be known as the NorthPointe PUD. (REZ1806-01)
Attachments: 1. General Location Map, 2. NorthPointe PUD Rezoning Staff Report, 3. NorthPointe PUD Development Standards
Related files: ORD-0486
Title
To receive public comment and consider an application to rezone approximately 120 acres consisting of an 81.15-acre tract located generally northwest of the SH 130 and E. Pflugerville Pkwy intersection and a 38.14-acre tract located generally northeast of the N. SH 130 North Bound Service Road and Falcon Village Ln intersection, from Urban Level 4 (CL4) district to Planned Unit Development (PUD), to be known as the NorthPointe PUD. (REZ1806-01)

Summary
The proposed development is centrally located within the city, generally south of the SH 45 and SH 130 interchange, and consists of two separate tracts. The west tract is located generally northwest of the SH 130 and E. Pflugerville Pkwy intersection and consists of approximately 81.15 acres. The east tract is located generally northeast of the Falcon Village Ln and SH 130 frontage road intersection and consists of 38.14 acres. The applicant has proposed to rezone the two tracts from the Corridor Urban Level 4 (CL4) district to Planned Unit Development (PUD) district in order to establish a compact, walkable development, with open space provided throughout. While the existing CL4 zoning does currently allow for a variety of land uses, the proposed development standards included in the PUD will establish expectations of land use, density, and a design that could not otherwise be achievable through standard zoning. Each tract is proposed to consist of six “development areas” with standards and permitted land uses specific to each area. The west tract is planned for greater intensity along the edges and reduced density interior to create a unique pedestrian corridor along an existing interior creek. The east tract is planned to have greater intensity along the frontage road and Colorado Sand Drive extension with significantly less intensity proposed near the Falcon Pointe neighborhood.

The land uses proposed within the PUD are a modification of the CL4 zoning district land uses. Land uses not listed in the PU...

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