ArborTec Flex Industrial Building Concept Review

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Location: 2870 and 2890 Industrial Lane (Lynch Subdivision, Filing No. 1)

Project Type: Concept Review for a 12,000 square foot flex industrial building.

Project Description: The concept application is for a proposal to consolidate the two lots into a single lot through a replat, and build a new approximately 12,000 foot flex industrial building that will serve as the headquarters for Arbortec (current business tenant), and will also provide for a space for a potential future tenant. The site is part of Lynch Subdivision, Filing No. 1. The concept plan includes the preliminary site and landscape layout, and illustrative images of similar facilities to give a context of the potential architectural design for this development.

To view the full submittal please download the concept review packet within the document library.


Applicant: Lefever Building Systems


Zoning and Area Compatibility:
The property currently partially developed, is zoned I-2 (General Industrial), and is within the US 36 Urban Renewal Area. The proposed use and development is consistent with the I-2 zoning district and the US 36 Urban Renewal Area Plan. No comprehensive plan amendments or rezoning of the property is required.The surrounding area is predominantly developed as non-residential in nature, consisting of a mixture of various industrial, commercial and office uses.

The applicant has not identified any necessary variances as part of their conceptual plan. Staff does note that the I-2 zoning district establishes a maximum limitation for outdoor storage to occupy no more than 40% of the lot area, a variance may be required if the applicant seeks permission for additional outdoor storage in excess of that 40% limitation.

Neighborhood/Area Property Owner Concerns:
This proposed redevelopment of the properties is consistent with the character of the surrounding lots. A neighborhood meeting will be held in the future and property owners within 1000 feet will receive a mailed notice regarding this meeting when it is scheduled.


Long Range Financial Plan:
The proposal is consistent with the land use assumptions in the Long Range Financial Plan.


Anticipated Key Issues/Comments:

  • Property is highly visible. Need to ensure quality materials for building and screening for any outdoor storage.

  • Proposing gravel/road base parking lot in some areas which will need to be revised to meet code. Gravel has been used in storage areas of a site, but not in required parking areas

  • Will need to ensure adequate right-of-way for Industrial Lane and determine necessary road improvements

  • Unclear how stormwater detention is proposed and this will need to be address as part of the urban renewal site plan if the project proceeds through the development review process.

Location: 2870 and 2890 Industrial Lane (Lynch Subdivision, Filing No. 1)

Project Type: Concept Review for a 12,000 square foot flex industrial building.

Project Description: The concept application is for a proposal to consolidate the two lots into a single lot through a replat, and build a new approximately 12,000 foot flex industrial building that will serve as the headquarters for Arbortec (current business tenant), and will also provide for a space for a potential future tenant. The site is part of Lynch Subdivision, Filing No. 1. The concept plan includes the preliminary site and landscape layout, and illustrative images of similar facilities to give a context of the potential architectural design for this development.

To view the full submittal please download the concept review packet within the document library.


Applicant: Lefever Building Systems


Zoning and Area Compatibility:
The property currently partially developed, is zoned I-2 (General Industrial), and is within the US 36 Urban Renewal Area. The proposed use and development is consistent with the I-2 zoning district and the US 36 Urban Renewal Area Plan. No comprehensive plan amendments or rezoning of the property is required.The surrounding area is predominantly developed as non-residential in nature, consisting of a mixture of various industrial, commercial and office uses.

The applicant has not identified any necessary variances as part of their conceptual plan. Staff does note that the I-2 zoning district establishes a maximum limitation for outdoor storage to occupy no more than 40% of the lot area, a variance may be required if the applicant seeks permission for additional outdoor storage in excess of that 40% limitation.

Neighborhood/Area Property Owner Concerns:
This proposed redevelopment of the properties is consistent with the character of the surrounding lots. A neighborhood meeting will be held in the future and property owners within 1000 feet will receive a mailed notice regarding this meeting when it is scheduled.


Long Range Financial Plan:
The proposal is consistent with the land use assumptions in the Long Range Financial Plan.


Anticipated Key Issues/Comments:

  • Property is highly visible. Need to ensure quality materials for building and screening for any outdoor storage.

  • Proposing gravel/road base parking lot in some areas which will need to be revised to meet code. Gravel has been used in storage areas of a site, but not in required parking areas

  • Will need to ensure adequate right-of-way for Industrial Lane and determine necessary road improvements

  • Unclear how stormwater detention is proposed and this will need to be address as part of the urban renewal site plan if the project proceeds through the development review process.

Discussions: All (1) Open (1)
  • Public Comment

    23 days ago

    Thank you for your interest in this development application that has been submitted to the City and County of Broomfield. 

    You can submit public comment for this project by clicking the link below. 

    If you would prefer to provide your written comments directly to the case planner, please send an email to the individual identified under "who's listening".

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