Crocker Village Update: Construction continues on the supermarket and other parcels

Rarely does a day go by when I am not asked, “What is happening at Crocker Village?” Listed below is a summary of the current and proposed work. Obviously, there is a significant amount of activity on the site relative to the Phase 1 of the commercial development.

Two important facts: First, while the two lawsuits brought by the developer continue to wind their way through the legal system, there has been no change in the city council’s stand on the gas station, which was to deny a conditional use permit. Second, the city does not have information on the potential tenants in the development.

Crocker Village Shopping Center Phase 1 (DR15-374)

Submitted: Dec. 8, 2015
Approved: Aug. 22 2017
Status: Plan check in progress, site work permit issued (see shaded area on site plan below).

Crocker Village Shopping Center Phase 2 North of approved Phase I (DR18-138)

Project description: A request to construct a retail center on an approximately four-acre vacant site at the southwest corner of Crocker Drive and 10th Avenue in the Shopping Center (SC-PUD) Zone and Crocker Village Planned Unit Development. The request requires Site Plan and Design Review.
Received: April 11, 2018
Status: Department comments and draft conditions submitted to applicant. Plan revisions have been agreed to between Planning and the applicant for compliance with draft conditions. The city is waiting on the revised plans to confirm compliance with the conditions agreement. With the revisions that are received, the project will be re-routed to city departments and neighborhood groups. Status and anticipated decision: Currently undetermined; anticipated in September.

Parcel Retail/Commercial Flex Zone site (DR16 329)

Submitted: Oct. 24, 2016
Status: Withdrawn by applicant Jan. 23, 2018.

Crocker Village Single Family Residential (DR17-409)

Project description: A request to construct single unit dwellings on 117 lots in the Single-Unit or Duplex Dwelling (R-1A-PUD) Zone and Curtis Park Village Planned Unit Development. The request requires staff-level Site Plan and Design Review.
Received: Dec. 13, 2017
Status: The record of decision is pending review and approval.
Anticipated approval: potentially end of August.

Crocker Village Single Family Residential (DR17-351)

Project description: A request to construct single-unit dwellings on 21 lots in the Single-Unit or Duplex Dwelling (R-1A-PUD) Zone and Curtis Park Village Planned Unit Development. The request requires staff-level Site Plan and Design Review. Twenty-one single family units, five conventional units and 16 alley loaded units.
Received: Aug. 17, 2017 Status:
Approved May 31, 2018

Crocker Village Sign Variance Pylon Signs on Sutterville (Z17-202)

Developer requested a variance to allow a 65 foot tall pylon sign and exceed the 35 foot height limit for detached sign within the Shopping Center (SC) zone district.
Original application received: Oct. 16, 2017. Revised application also received.
Status: Application is in progress, currently awaiting plan revisions before moving forward and routing the application for formal review. Anticipated approval date is uncertain; would reasonably expect within two months.

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