Paradise Valley Legistar Banner
Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Bookmark and Share
File #: 20-327    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Special Use Permit Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 8/25/2020 In control: Planning Commission
On agenda: 9/1/2020 Final action: 9/1/2020
Title: Continued Discussion of a Major Special Use Permit Amendment (SUP-18-05) - 7101 E Lincoln Drive - Smoke Tree Resort
Attachments: 1. A - Application, 2. B - Vicinity Map Related Maps, 3. C.1 - Narrative and Plans (July 7, 2020 Submittal), 4. C.2 Parking Studies and Associated Documents (Revised 08-04-20), 5. C.3 - Traffic Impact Analysis, 6. C.4 - Preliminary Drainage Report, 7. C.5 - Wastewater Capacity Study, 8. C.6 - Water Service Impact Study, 9. D - SUP Guidelines, 10. E - General Plan Policies, 11. F - General & SUP History, 12. G.1 - Public Comments (Revised 09-01-20), 13. G.2 - Notifications, 14. H - Statement of Direction (June 2020), 15. I - Tentative Timeline (Revised 09-01-20), 16. J - Sample Use Parameters, 17. K- Landscape Plan (Revised 08-04-20), 18. L - Right-of-Way, 19. M - Floor Plans (Revised 08-04-20), 20. N - Site Elevation Grades (Revised 08-04-20), 21. O - Site Plan (Revised 08-04-20), 22. P - Elevations (Revised 08-04-20), 23. Q - Draft Ordinance (08-13-20), 24. R - Quail Run Road Illustration (09-01-20), 25. S - Lighting Plans (Revised 09-01-20)
TO: Chair and Planning Commission Members

FROM: Paul Michaud, Planning Manager
George Burton, Senior Planner

DATE: September 1, 2020

DEPARTMENT: Community Development

Staff Contact Paul Michaud, Planning Manager, 480-348-3574

Continued Discussion of a Major Special Use Permit Amendment (SUP-18-05) - 7101 E Lincoln Drive - Smoke Tree Resort

Gentree LLC, the property owner of the Smoke Tree Resort, is seeking redevelopment of the property located at 7101 East Lincoln Drive (APN 174-64-003A) via a major amendment to the site's existing Special Use Permit - Resort zoning. The application is attached as Attachment A. The proposed redevelopment of this property will be a complete demolition of all existing structures and construction of a resort.

Hold the Citizen Review Session pursuant to the Statement of Direction (SOD) and focus the review on the updated lighting and other items.

The Planning Commission last discussed the amended application at its August 18, 2020 work session. In summary, this discussion focused on the following:

* Lot Coverage/Floor Area Ratio. Town staff noted that the proposed lot coverage exceeds the Special Use Permit Guideline calculating all structures at not more than 25%. There are no specific Town Code or guideline provisions on floor area ratio. The proposed lot coverage is 29.3% (net) and 27.0% (gross), with a floor area ratio of 64.0% (net) and 59.0% (gross).

The proposed project also does not meet the guideline that all impervious surfaces, including building footprints are not more than 60% and open space is at least 40%. The proposed impervious areas are 85% (net) and 78% (gross). The open space is 15% (net) and 12% (gross).

It was noted that the Special Use Permit Guidelines state that "the nature of the request, the architecture of the development, the unique characteristics of the site, among oth...

Click here for full text