Circle K Highlands

Circle K Elevations

Location: 1185 State Highway 7

Project Type: Gas Station and Convenience Store

Project Description: The concept application is to develop a 5,187 square foot Circle K. The proposed gas station will have six fueling positions with the capacity to serve twelve vehicles at a time. The building will be located within the proposed Highlands Filing No. 1 Replat F final plat, which is currently under staff review. The concept plan includes the preliminary site and landscape layout, and illustrative 3D renderings of the building.

The building incorporates masonry and stone and stucco as the predominant architectural materials. The building utilizes a neutral color scheme which is consistent with the approved buildings in Vista Highlands shopping center located to the west. The fuelling stations located on the site will be covered by a red canopy. This canopy will be supported by masonry columns consistent with material used on the building.


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


Applicant: Circle K Stores, Inc

Overview Table:

Property Location

North of State Highway 7, East of future Mariposa Street

Acres Included in Application:

1.76 Acres

Proposal Summary

Conceptual Plan for a 5,187 square foot one single story convenience store and gas station. The proposed gas station will have six fueling positions with the capacity to serve twelve vehicles at a time.

Current Zoning/

Consistency with Zoning

The property is currently zoned PUD and subject to the standards of the Highlands PUD Plan and Highlands Filing No. 1 Replat F Site Development Plan which is currently under review. The project is consistent with current and proposed zoning requirements.

Current Land Use

Undeveloped

Proposed Land Use

Convenience Store and Gas Station

Comprehensive Plan Land Use Designation

Mixed-Use Commercial

Is proposal consistent with Comprehensive Plan Land Use Designation (Y/N)

Yes

Required Parking

35 Spaces

Provided Parking

38 Spaces

Maximum Building Height

90’

Proposed Building Height

23’ 8”

Minimum Setbacks

West - 40’ from Mariposa St Centerline


South - 30’ from State Hwy 7

Proposed Setbacks

West - 45’ from Mariposa St


South - 30’ from State Hwy 7

Key Issues Identified by Staff

Support of multi-modal transportation network - State Highway 7 has been identified as an opportunity for sustainable multimodal transportation options which includes BRT. Pad sites and drive-through restaurants do not generate a significant number of employees and individually separated pad sites are typically auto dependent. This use is not consistent with the density necessary to support BRT.


Location: 1185 State Highway 7

Project Type: Gas Station and Convenience Store

Project Description: The concept application is to develop a 5,187 square foot Circle K. The proposed gas station will have six fueling positions with the capacity to serve twelve vehicles at a time. The building will be located within the proposed Highlands Filing No. 1 Replat F final plat, which is currently under staff review. The concept plan includes the preliminary site and landscape layout, and illustrative 3D renderings of the building.

The building incorporates masonry and stone and stucco as the predominant architectural materials. The building utilizes a neutral color scheme which is consistent with the approved buildings in Vista Highlands shopping center located to the west. The fuelling stations located on the site will be covered by a red canopy. This canopy will be supported by masonry columns consistent with material used on the building.


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


Applicant: Circle K Stores, Inc

Overview Table:

Property Location

North of State Highway 7, East of future Mariposa Street

Acres Included in Application:

1.76 Acres

Proposal Summary

Conceptual Plan for a 5,187 square foot one single story convenience store and gas station. The proposed gas station will have six fueling positions with the capacity to serve twelve vehicles at a time.

Current Zoning/

Consistency with Zoning

The property is currently zoned PUD and subject to the standards of the Highlands PUD Plan and Highlands Filing No. 1 Replat F Site Development Plan which is currently under review. The project is consistent with current and proposed zoning requirements.

Current Land Use

Undeveloped

Proposed Land Use

Convenience Store and Gas Station

Comprehensive Plan Land Use Designation

Mixed-Use Commercial

Is proposal consistent with Comprehensive Plan Land Use Designation (Y/N)

Yes

Required Parking

35 Spaces

Provided Parking

38 Spaces

Maximum Building Height

90’

Proposed Building Height

23’ 8”

Minimum Setbacks

West - 40’ from Mariposa St Centerline


South - 30’ from State Hwy 7

Proposed Setbacks

West - 45’ from Mariposa St


South - 30’ from State Hwy 7

Key Issues Identified by Staff

Support of multi-modal transportation network - State Highway 7 has been identified as an opportunity for sustainable multimodal transportation options which includes BRT. Pad sites and drive-through restaurants do not generate a significant number of employees and individually separated pad sites are typically auto dependent. This use is not consistent with the density necessary to support BRT.


Discussions: All (1) Open (1)
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