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File #: 15-0146    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Agendas Status: Passed
File created: 4/29/2015 In control: Board of Aldermen
On agenda: 6/23/2015 Final action: 6/23/2015
Title: Minor Modification to the CUP for 400 Roberson Street. PURPOSE: Bobbitt Design Build has submitted an application for a Minor Modification to the existing CUP for the property located at 400 Roberson Street to authorize the remodeling of the existing building shell with associated interior layout revisions.
Attachments: 1. Attachment A-site plan, 2. Attachment B- Applicant responses (see bubbles), 3. Attachment C-Resolution
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Minor Modification to the CUP for 400 Roberson Street.

PURPOSE: Bobbitt Design Build has submitted an application for a Minor Modification to the existing CUP for the property located at 400 Roberson Street to authorize the remodeling of the existing building shell with associated interior layout revisions.

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DEPARTMENT: Planning

CONTACT INFORMATION: Jeff Kleaveland

INFORMATION: The proposed minor modification to the CUP seeks to allow remodeling of the interior and exterior of the existing building with minimal changes to the site layout (Attachment A). The proposed use of this building continues to be primarily office (use category 3.000). The 400 Roberson St. property is zoned B-1-G, and is located in the Downtown Neighborhood Preservation overlay district; it is about 2.4 acres in area and identified by Orange County PIN, 9778952758. No new additional uses are proposed.

The Yaggy Corporation received a "Special Use Permit" on June 13, 1972 to construct and operate a medical office building (Use 3.120) at 400 Roberson Street. The project was completed as permitted.

Staff has been advised by the Town Attorney to consider this "Special Use Permit" the same as a Conditional Use Permit issued under the current regulations. This is why the project is classified as a Minor Modification to a Conditional Use Permit.

Per Section 15-64 of the Land Use Ordinance (LUO), a minor modification to an existing permit is one that has no substantial impact on neighboring properties, the general public or those intended to use the proposed project. In analyzing the request, staff concurs that the proposed modification will not have a substantial impact on surrounding properties.

Transportation Impact
Traffic impact is not expected to substantially differ as the use category has not changed.

Automobile Parking
The current amount of required parking for the existing use and square footage (17,864 sf) of the building is 45 sp...

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