UPDATED: City Plan Commission Meeting – June 19, 2018

[alert type=”muted” heading=”City Plan Commission Notice of Meeting”]Wednesday, June 19, 2018, 4:45 PM
Joseph Doorley Municipal Building, 1st Floor Meeting Room
444 Westminster Street, Providence, RI 02903
Agenda [/alert]

cpc-roundOpening Session
  • Call to Order
  • Roll Call
  • Approval of minutes from the May 15, 2018 and May 23, 2018 meetings – for action
  • Director’s Report
Development Plan Review

1. Case No. 2018-04 DPR – Campus Master Plan for School One at 220 University Avenue – Applicant: School One – The applicant will present their campus master plan which will include a newly acquired property at 2628 Slater Avenue that will be used for storage and office space – for action (AP 39 Lots 179 and 413, Blackstone)

City Council Referral

2. Referral no. 3432 – Rezoning of 41-45 Parade Street from R-3 to R-4 – Petitioner: Stepping Stone Partners LLC – The petitioner is proposing to rezone 41-45 Parade Street, 19 R Willow Street and 12 Oak Street from R-3 to R-4. The purpose of the rezoning is to facilitate renovation of a nursing home into a 12-unit multifamily dwelling and for construction of a building with 19 dwelling units – for action (AP 35 Lots 151,188, 504 and 153, West End)

Major Land Development Public Informational Meeting

3. Case No. 18-016MA – 31-45 Parade Street – Applicant: Stepping Stone Partners LLC – The applicant is proposing to redevelop a former nursing home for use as a multifamily dwelling with 12 units. A neighboring one story building will be demolished for construction of a 19 unit multifamily dwelling. The site is zoned R-3. A zone change to R-4 is being requested to accommodate the development. The applicant will require zoning relief for rear yard impervious coverage limits and minimum size of parking spaces – for action (AP 35 Lots 151,188, 504 and 153, West End)

City Council Referral

4. Referral No. 3433 – Amendment of zoning ordinance pertaining to student housing – Proponent: Councilman Samuel Zurier – Amendment of Section 1202 K of the ordinance applicable to R-1A and R-1 zones which would prohibit more than three college students in a dwelling unit of a two family structure unless it is owner occupied – for action

City Council Referral

5. Referral No. 3434 – Rezoning of 150 Lloyd Ave and 321, 324, 354, 343-355 Thayer Street – Petitioner: Jeffrey Padwa – The petitioner is proposing to rezone 150 Lloyd Avenue, 324 and 354 Thayer Street and from R-1 to R-4 and 321, 324, 354 and 343-355 Thayer Street from R-3 to R-4 in order to permit multifamily development – for action (AP 10 Lots 422, 459 and 546, AP 13 Lots 3, 4, 5, 14 and 15, College Hill)

Major Land Development Project Public Informational Meeting

6. Case No. 18-011MA – 340 Woodward Road – Applicant: Churchill and Banks – The applicant is proposing to construct three industrial buildings and one office building on four lots (AP 78 Lots 42, 43, 371 and 448) in addition to other site improvements like landscaping and parking. The applicant is seeking master plan approval. Lots 42 and 371 are zoned R-1 and lots 43 and 448 are zoned M-MU 75. The applicant is seeking a zone change for the lots zoned R-1 to M-MU 75 – for action (AP 78 Lots 42, 43, 371 and 448, Wanskuck)

Adjournment

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  1. #2 here concerns me. Large parts of the east side are R1. Is the idea to segregate all Brown students to the fox point/mt hope areas? And wouldn’t that drive up rents in those areas? I wonder how many properties this would affect.

    Perhaps some students can afford to live alone or with only one roommate, but I imagine they would be the exception.