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File #: 22-4869    Version: 1 Name: ZC#22-007: Change of zoning from PR Pre-Development District to PD Planned Development District for single-family residential uses on approximately 32.352 acres out of the James McDonald Survey, Abstract No. 997, Tarrant County, TX, located at 1970 N Main
Type: Zoning Case Status: Passed
File created: 8/30/2022 In control: Planning and Zoning Commission
On agenda: 9/6/2022 Final action: 9/6/2022
Title: ZC#22-007: Change of zoning from PR Pre-Development District to PD Planned Development District for single-family residential uses on approximately 32.352 acres out of the James McDonald Survey, Abstract No. 997, Tarrant County, TX, located at 1970 N Main. Kinney Family Living Trust, owner, Pulte Group, Developer.
Attachments: 1. Maps and Supporting.pdf, 2. Kinney Tract Exhibit A - Legal Description.pdf, 3. Kinney Tract Exhibit B-D - Development Plan (2).pdf, 4. Kinney Tract Exhibit E - Elevations.pdf
Title
ZC#22-007: Change of zoning from PR Pre-Development District to PD Planned Development District for single-family residential uses on approximately 32.352 acres out of the James McDonald Survey, Abstract No. 997, Tarrant County, TX, located at 1970 N Main. Kinney Family Living Trust, owner, Pulte Group, Developer.

Description/History
Existing Use: Vacant
Existing Zoning: PR, Pre-Development District
Land Use Plan: Sub-Area 3

Surrounding Land Use & Zoning:
North: Woodland Estates, 2F, Two Family Residential District Zoning
South: Mansfield Fire Station 4, MISD Operations Facility
East: Vacant, PD Planned Development District for Single Family, Dolce Vita
West: North Main Street Right-of-Way

Synopsis
The requested zoning (PD, Planned Development District) is consistent with the vision and recommendations found in the Official Land Use Plan for Sub-Area 3, and the proposed development is compatible with surrounding land uses. Staff recommends approval.

Staff Analysis
The subject property consists of two (2) tracts of land located in Tarrant County totaling approximately 32.352 acres. The developer is proposing to build a maximum of 144 detached units (resulting in a density 4.451 units/acre). The lots will vary in width from 40 feet wide to 60 feet wide, yielding typical lot sizes of 4,400 (47%), 5,500 (24%), and 7,000 (28%) square feet. The development team has oriented the project so that 71% of the lots are alley served. The remaining homes along the outside of the development are front-loaded units with J-swing garages.

Overall, the neighborhood has provided various common open space areas including mews that create view corridors through the neighborhood and appropriately sized programmed civic spaces for use by the neighborhood residents. These areas will account for a minimum of 13.5% of the overall developed area. The larger areas include covered areas, seating, a playground, open lawns, et cetera.

Development Plan and Standards
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