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File #: 39904    Version: 1 Name: Junction NDP Amendment
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 8/25/2015 In control: PLAN COMMISSION
On agenda: 10/20/2015 Final action: 10/20/2015
Enactment date: 10/23/2015 Enactment #: RES-15-00835
Title: Amending the Junction Neighborhood Development Plan to revise the land use recommendation for an approximately 7.3-acre area located on the west side of Junction Road south of Old Sauk Road from Office Uses to Community Mixed-Use.
Sponsors: Paul E. Skidmore
Attachments: 1. Junction NDP Amendment Map.pdf, 2. Junction NDP Amendment Text.pdf, 3. Link Ord File 39893
Title
Amending the Junction Neighborhood Development Plan to revise the land use recommendation for an approximately 7.3-acre area located on the west side of Junction Road south of Old Sauk Road from Office Uses to Community Mixed-Use.

Body
WHEREAS the Junction Neighborhood Development Plan was adopted by the Madison Common Council on September 18, 1990 as an element of the City of Madison Master Plan to include long term land use and development recommendations for the area west of the West Beltline Highway between Old Sauk Road and Mineral Point Road; and

WHEREAS the Junction Neighborhood Development Plan was last amended by the Common Council on July 7, 1992; and

WHEREAS the Junction Neighborhood Development Plan currently recommends that office uses be developed on the subject properties on the west side of Junction Road south of Old Sauk Road; and

WHEREAS the City of Madison Comprehensive Plan, adopted by the Madison Common Council on January 16, 2006 recommends General Commercial Uses for the subject property, and identifies the area as a future Transit-Oriented Development node; and

WHEREAS the property owner and a prospective developer have proposed that an approximately 4.5-acre parcel located within the subject property be developed instead with a mixed-use development including 176 residential apartments and just over 7,000 square feet of commercial space in three buildings; and

WHEREAS an amendment to the Junction Neighborhood Development Plan would be required for the proposed mixed-use development to be consistent with the land use recommendations in that plan; and

WHEREAS an amendment to the Junction Neighborhood Development Plan Proposed Land Use Map has been prepared to recommend that the subject lands be developed with Community Mixed-Use, generally consistent with the mixed-use development proposed by the prospective developer; and

WHEREAS a public meeting on the proposed neighborhood development plan amendment and associated develo...

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