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File #: 19-1095    Version: 1
Type: Public Hearing Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 10/31/2019 In control: Planning and Zoning Commission
On agenda: 11/6/2019 Final action:
Title: Conduct the public hearing regarding the property located at 1350 E. Ogden Avenue - PZC 19-1-092 (Item 1 of 4)
Attachments: 1. Application, 2. Development Petition, 3. Site Plan, 4. Building Elevations, 5. Final Landscaping, 6. Final Engineering, 7. Parking Study, 8. Traffic Study, 9. Letters of Support
Related files: 19-1098, 19-1096, 19-1097, 20-351
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Conduct the public hearing regarding the property located at 1350 E. Ogden Avenue - PZC 19-1-092 (Item 1 of 4)

DEPARTMENT: Transportation, Engineering and Development


Official notice for the public hearing for PZC 19-1-092 was published in the Daily Herald on October 21, 2019.

The subject property consists of 2.265 acres of land at the southwest corner of Ogden Avenue and Tuthill Road. The property is currently developed with the Regency Inn, a motel with 123 rooms. The motel has been described as an underperforming use along the Ogden Avenue corridor, and the petitioner proposes reuse of the property by converting the existing motel into a one hundred and twelve (112) unit, micro-apartment community. To do so, the petitioner seeks approval of the following entitlements: rezoning the subject property from B3 to OCI (Office, Commercial and Institutional District); a conditional use for a multi-family residential building in the OCI district; a variance to the required minimum lot size per dwelling unit; and, a parking variance to decrease the number of required parking spaces.

The subject property is bordered by Ogden Avenue and the vacant Fair Oaks Ford property (zoned B3) to the north, Chase Bank (zoned B3) and KLA Schools (zoned OCI) to the east, the Naperville Salt Cave and Aldi (zoned B3) to the west, and unincorporated single-family homes to the south. The property functions as a transitional piece of land between more intensive business uses along Ogden Avenue, and lower intensity residential uses to the south.

The East Sector Update (1998) identifies the future land use of the property as "Commercial". The proposed OCI zoning is compatible with this designation, though the overall development concept differs from what was previously planned for. Despite this difference, staff finds the current proposa...

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