Aspen Creek Filing 8 (Dillon Point)

The applicant will present the preliminary revised application to the Housing Advisory Committee, won Monday September 14th 11:00 AM. The agenda with access information to the virtual meeting will be posted on the Housing Advisory Committee website by Friday September 11, 2020.


August 26, 2020 Update: Ryan Aweida notified the Planning Division that he has scheduled a neighborhood meeting for September 3, 2020 and has mailed invitations to surrounding property owners. This meeting is being hosted and run by the developer, individuals interested in attending the meeting can find a copy of the invitation here.

The developer's invitation states that the neighborhood meeting will include a brief presentation on the modifications being considered to the development, and will include time allotted for questions from the community. Those proposed modifications were shared with Broomfield Planning and can be accessed here.

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August 21, 2020 Update: On August 21, 2020, the Applicant formally withdrew the application for Aspen Creek Filing No. 8 (Dillon Point), as such the item will not be heard at the August 25, 2020 City Council meeting. Additional information will be shared through this page when it is available.


August 13, 2020 Update: On August 12, 2020 the Applicant submitted new information, including proposed modifications to the development proposal. These proposed modifications are not currently part of the application pending before Council, and the submission of these proposed modifications does not change Council's prior decision. Council previously directed the City and County Attorney's Office to prepare findings supporting denial of the application, and those findings will be presented to Council for a decision at the meeting on August 25, 2020. We anticipate the Applicant presenting this new material at the August 25th Council meeting.

The new information and documents outlining these proposed modifications can be found at this link.


July 28, 2020 Update: On July 28th Broomfield City Council closed the public hearing for the development proposal and approved a motion by a vote of 6-2 directing the City Attorney's Office to draft findings for denial. These findings for denial will be presented to Council on August 25, 2020. Read update clarifying how the application left off and what to expect moving forward as it relates to this project.


FOLLOW UP TO JULY 8TH Q&A SESSION
Rewatch the July 8th Informational and Q&A Session with the Developer HERE
Access the Developer's Powerpoint Presentation HERE
Review Submitted Questions and Developer Answers HERE

(due to the size of the file it may not fully open in the web preview, please download the spreadsheet to view the entire file)


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.

On July 28, 2020; Broomfield City Council closed the public hearing for the development proposal and approved a motion by a vote of 6-2 directing the City Attorney's Office to draft findings for denial. These findings for denial will be presented to Council on August 25, 2020.

The applicant will present the preliminary revised application to the Housing Advisory Committee, won Monday September 14th 11:00 AM. The agenda with access information to the virtual meeting will be posted on the Housing Advisory Committee website by Friday September 11, 2020.


August 26, 2020 Update: Ryan Aweida notified the Planning Division that he has scheduled a neighborhood meeting for September 3, 2020 and has mailed invitations to surrounding property owners. This meeting is being hosted and run by the developer, individuals interested in attending the meeting can find a copy of the invitation here.

The developer's invitation states that the neighborhood meeting will include a brief presentation on the modifications being considered to the development, and will include time allotted for questions from the community. Those proposed modifications were shared with Broomfield Planning and can be accessed here.

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August 21, 2020 Update: On August 21, 2020, the Applicant formally withdrew the application for Aspen Creek Filing No. 8 (Dillon Point), as such the item will not be heard at the August 25, 2020 City Council meeting. Additional information will be shared through this page when it is available.


August 13, 2020 Update: On August 12, 2020 the Applicant submitted new information, including proposed modifications to the development proposal. These proposed modifications are not currently part of the application pending before Council, and the submission of these proposed modifications does not change Council's prior decision. Council previously directed the City and County Attorney's Office to prepare findings supporting denial of the application, and those findings will be presented to Council for a decision at the meeting on August 25, 2020. We anticipate the Applicant presenting this new material at the August 25th Council meeting.

The new information and documents outlining these proposed modifications can be found at this link.


July 28, 2020 Update: On July 28th Broomfield City Council closed the public hearing for the development proposal and approved a motion by a vote of 6-2 directing the City Attorney's Office to draft findings for denial. These findings for denial will be presented to Council on August 25, 2020. Read update clarifying how the application left off and what to expect moving forward as it relates to this project.


FOLLOW UP TO JULY 8TH Q&A SESSION
Rewatch the July 8th Informational and Q&A Session with the Developer HERE
Access the Developer's Powerpoint Presentation HERE
Review Submitted Questions and Developer Answers HERE

(due to the size of the file it may not fully open in the web preview, please download the spreadsheet to view the entire file)


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.

On July 28, 2020; Broomfield City Council closed the public hearing for the development proposal and approved a motion by a vote of 6-2 directing the City Attorney's Office to draft findings for denial. These findings for denial will be presented to Council on August 25, 2020.