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File #: 21-4045    Version: Name: Consideration of a Request for a Specific Use Permit for Apartments on Approximately 12.869 Acres out of the E. McAnear Survey, Abstract No. 1005, Tarrant County, TX, Located at the Southeast Corner of Regency Pkwy. and Nahvi Rd.; Ryan Conway of JLB Partn
Type: Zoning Case Status: Passed
File created: 4/15/2021 In control: City Council
On agenda: 5/10/2021 Final action: 5/10/2021
Title: Consideration of a Request for a Specific Use Permit for Apartments on Approximately 12.869 Acres out of the E. McAnear Survey, Abstract No. 1005, Tarrant County, TX, Located at the Southeast Corner of Regency Pkwy. and Nahvi Rd.; Ryan Conway of JLB Partners (Developer) on Behalf of Mike Sellers of First Baptist Church, Michael P. Collini, and John C. Arnold of Fifteen Oaks Mansfield, L.P. (owners) (SUP#21-001)
Sponsors: Matt Jones
Attachments: 1. Maps and Supporting Information, 2. Exhibit A, 3. Exhibits B - E
Title
Consideration of a Request for a Specific Use Permit for Apartments on Approximately 12.869 Acres out of the E. McAnear Survey, Abstract No. 1005, Tarrant County, TX, Located at the Southeast Corner of Regency Pkwy. and Nahvi Rd.; Ryan Conway of JLB Partners (Developer) on Behalf of Mike Sellers of First Baptist Church, Michael P. Collini, and John C. Arnold of Fifteen Oaks Mansfield, L.P. (owners) (SUP#21-001)


Requested Action:
To consider the subject specific use permit request.

Recommendation:
The Planning & Zoning Commission held a public hearing on April 5, 2021, and voted 7-0 to recommend approval with the condition that the screening of rooftop equipment be revised to provide for building parapets at least 1’ taller than the tallest piece of equipment on all building facades per staff’s recommendation. Several commissioners were impressed with the proposed development and the architecture. There was discussion regarding density, impact on the schools, walkability, long-term ownership of the development, demand and occupancy rates, market saturation, expected rent prices, expected time to complete construction, leasing time frames, location of fencing, screening of rooftop equipment, which buildings would include elevators and which would include stairs only, future road connectivity, parking, usage of the parallel parking spaces, underground utilities, breakdown and variety of unit types, naming of the development, plans for the memorial plaque, composition of uses in The Reserve, status of approved apartment developments in the City, and how long it could take to exhaust the remaining dwelling units allowed in The Reserve.

The applicant has revised their plans to clarify that adjacent to public and private streets, the rooftop equipment will be screened by building parapets at least 1’ taller than the tallest piece of equipment, and that rooftop equipment on all other facades will be screened by a guardrail screening system painted to mat...

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