Aspen Creek Filing 8 (Dillon Point)

Aspen Street Land, LLC has submitted an application for a Comprehensive Plan Amendment, a Planned Unit Development Plan Amendment, a Final Plat, a Site Development Plan, an Amendment to the Aspen Street Metropolitan District Service Plan, and a request for a Vesting Rights Agreement for Aspen Creek Filing No. 8 (Dillon Point).

The applicant's proposal includes:

  • A Comprehensive Plan Amendment adding a small corner of mixed-use commercial to the site to accommodate an anticipated future commercial user. A separate site development plan will be required prior to the development of the commercial site.

  • A PUD Plan establishing uses and development standards for the residential and commercial portions of the project area.

  • A Final Plat establishing 318 lots and 47 tracts. The final plat also dedicates necessary right-of-way, easements and tracts, including approximately 13.8 acres of Public Land Dedication.

  • A Site Development Plan for a 318 lot residential subdivision, which also establishes architecture, road network, and open lands improvements for the subdivision.

  • An Amendment to the Aspen Street Metropolitan District to modify the service plan for the project area.

  • A Vesting Rights Agreement to provide extended vested property rights to the developer in the Site Specific Development Plan for a term of up to 10 years from the date the agreement would be approved by City Council. The agreement incorporates a provision for tolling, in the event that no new construction activity is commenced for a period of six months due to an economic recession, that the agreement shall be tolled for a length of time equal to the period of time that no new construction activity is undertaken, provided that this tolling does not exceed a period of two and one-half years.

On February 10, 2020; the Planning and Zoning Commission voted 4-0 to recommend denial of the development proposal. This action is a recommendation that will be provided to City Council as part of the Staff Memorandum.

Please note that the recommendation by the Planning and Zoning Commission is not the final stage of the development review process and that this project will move forward to a publicly noticed City Council Hearing.

At this time, due to the closing of the City and County of Broomfield for non-essential operations, there is no tentative City Council hearing date scheduled. Please check back in the following weeks to check for updated scheduling information.

Aspen Street Land, LLC has submitted an application for a Comprehensive Plan Amendment, a Planned Unit Development Plan Amendment, a Final Plat, a Site Development Plan, an Amendment to the Aspen Street Metropolitan District Service Plan, and a request for a Vesting Rights Agreement for Aspen Creek Filing No. 8 (Dillon Point).

The applicant's proposal includes:

  • A Comprehensive Plan Amendment adding a small corner of mixed-use commercial to the site to accommodate an anticipated future commercial user. A separate site development plan will be required prior to the development of the commercial site.

  • A PUD Plan establishing uses and development standards for the residential and commercial portions of the project area.

  • A Final Plat establishing 318 lots and 47 tracts. The final plat also dedicates necessary right-of-way, easements and tracts, including approximately 13.8 acres of Public Land Dedication.

  • A Site Development Plan for a 318 lot residential subdivision, which also establishes architecture, road network, and open lands improvements for the subdivision.

  • An Amendment to the Aspen Street Metropolitan District to modify the service plan for the project area.

  • A Vesting Rights Agreement to provide extended vested property rights to the developer in the Site Specific Development Plan for a term of up to 10 years from the date the agreement would be approved by City Council. The agreement incorporates a provision for tolling, in the event that no new construction activity is commenced for a period of six months due to an economic recession, that the agreement shall be tolled for a length of time equal to the period of time that no new construction activity is undertaken, provided that this tolling does not exceed a period of two and one-half years.

On February 10, 2020; the Planning and Zoning Commission voted 4-0 to recommend denial of the development proposal. This action is a recommendation that will be provided to City Council as part of the Staff Memorandum.

Please note that the recommendation by the Planning and Zoning Commission is not the final stage of the development review process and that this project will move forward to a publicly noticed City Council Hearing.

At this time, due to the closing of the City and County of Broomfield for non-essential operations, there is no tentative City Council hearing date scheduled. Please check back in the following weeks to check for updated scheduling information.

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

    At this time, due to the closing of the City and County of Broomfield for non-essential operations, there is no tentative  City Council hearing date scheduled. Please check back in the following weeks for updated scheduling information. 

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

    Comments received before 12pm on the date of the scheduled public hearing will be provided to City Council. These comments will be included as an attachment to the Staff Memorandum

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

    At this time, due to the closing of the City and County of Broomfield for non-essential operations, there is no tentative  City Council hearing date scheduled. Please check back in the following weeks for updated scheduling information. 

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

    Comments received before 12pm on the date of the scheduled public hearing will be provided to City Council. These comments will be included as an attachment to the Staff Memorandum which is a public record. 
     

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