CityCenter Rezoning - April 27, 2021 Virtual Community Meeting
Please join us for a virtual community meeting on April 27, 2021, 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm.
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Why is this project being discussed?
As CityCenter continues to age, its long-term value to the community has been slowly diminishing. This circumstance is due to the following trends:
- Changing nature of shopping in the form of online sales.
- There has been no increase in new housing options at CityCenter.
- Key elements of the infrastructure require replacement.
- The environment is surrounded by uninviting surface parking lots.
- There is a lack of or obsolescent bicycle and pedestrian facilities and amenities.
After 20 years, it is time to renew, revitalize, and reinvent the greater Englewood Station area, starting with CityCenter.
What is being recommended?
The Englewood Planning and Zoning Commission recommends rezoning the original CityCenter Planned Unit Development back to its previous MU-B-1 zone district designation (Mixed Use Central Business District), which would control the types of land uses that are allowed by right. The MU-B-1 zone district allows retail (with the exception of drive-through), office, and high-density residential housing. In addition to the MU-B-1 zoning regulation of allowable land uses, the Commission recommends the establishment of a Transit Station Overlay district that would facilitate additional transit-oriented developments within CityCenter and the area east of CityCenter bordering the historic South Broadway area.
Why are you having a public meeting?
The Englewood Planning and Zoning Commission and Englewood Community Development staff will present the recently developed proposed rezoning recommendation for community review and comment prior to submitting the proposal to the City Council.