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Dear UPHA Members,
Attached is the agenda for the upcoming general membership meeting on Tuesday, Oct 2 at 7:00 p.m. at the Brooks Avenue Church of Christ.
There will be a membership vote to establish UPHA’s positions on three development proposals:
– Stanhope Center Amendments (MP-2-12). The Stanhope Center site is 7 acres divided into three parcels, A, B, and C at the intersection of Hillsborough St and Concord, near Cup-a-Joe. This requested Master Plan Amendment would increase the maximum building height on Parcel C, currently zoned for 40′ or 3 stories maximum, to a maximum height of 110′ or 9 stories. In addition, the proposal would shift the total remaining allowed residential density from parcels A and B to Parcel C. 520 residential units are proposed. New 10/2! Project Exhibit added to committee report.
– 616 Oberlin (Z-35-12). This 2.9 acre site includes the existing one-story office building at 616 Oberlin and an apartment building at 615 Daniels St. The owner proposes to change the current zoning from R-20 and O&I-1 to O&I-2 CUD (Conditional Use District) with PBOD (Pedestrian Business Overlay District). The owner plans to construct an apartment building on the site.
– Hillsborough St and Enterprise Ct (Z-36-12). The owner of this .95 acre site proposes to change the current zoning from R-20 and NB (Neighborhood Business) with PBOD to NB CUD with PBOD. The site currently contains several businesses, including Sadlack’s and Buddha’s Belly, as well as a house owned by the Latter Day Saints The owner plans to construct a hotel on the site.
Information on the three proposals can be found at:
UPHA committee reports can be found at:
Oct. 2 meeting agenda is located at:
We look forward to seeing you at the meeting. Note that there will be an opportunity to join the UPHA at the meeting if you are not currently a member and would like to vote. Only members can vote.
807 Gardner St
To read the review committee report for the Stanhope Center II, click here.
To read the review committee report for the Hillsborough St. Hotel (z-036-12), click here.
Approved September 18, 2012. See City Councilor Thomas Crowder’s announcement of approval to District D.
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