On the Business Agenda in the Treasure Valley

Statesman staffJune 18, 2013 

COFFEE SHOP, BREW PUB AND PLANNED RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENTS

Boise City Planning & Zoning Commission, 6 p.m. Monday, July 1, Boise City Hall Council Chambers, Third Floor, 150 N. Capitol Blvd.

NLA Acquations LLC seeks a conditional-use permit for a coffee shop with drive-through window. The application includes a variance from the drive-through window setbacks/buffering requirements and the rear-yard parking setbacks. The 0.2 acre site is at 124 S. Broadway in a C-1D (neighborhood commercial with design review) zone. Deferred from June 3.

TV Development LLC seeks a conditional-use permit for a 2,500-square-foot restaurant with drive-through window at 812 S. Vista Ave. The 0.3 acre site is in a C-2D (general commercial with design review) zone.

Cloud 9 Brewery seeks a conditional-use permit to operate a brew pub within 300 feet of residential property in an existing tenant space at 1750 W. State St., in a C-2D (general commercial with design review) zone.

Summit Development Inc. seeks a conditional-use permit for an 88-unit planned residential development comprising 22 fourplexes. The 5.9-acre site at 12063 W. Overland Road is in an L-OD/DA (limited office with design review and a development agreement) zone.

Erstad Architects seeks a time extension of a conditional-use permit for a 12-unit planned residential development at 7018 N. Pierce Park Lane on 2.1 acres in a R-1C (single family residential) zone.

River's Edge Church seeks a conditional-use permit for a church to occupy 5,500 square feet of an existing building at 2119 W. Overland Road, in a L-OD (limited office with design review) zone.

Ballet Idaho seeks a special exemption for a dance studio to operate within 4,600 square feet of an existing building at 12586 W. Bridger St., located in a T-1D (technological industrial with design review) zone.

Wilcomb LLC seeks a rezone of 3.8 acres (four parcels) from R-ODD (residential office with Downtown design review) to C-5DD (central business district with Downtown design review). The property is on the northwest corner of Front and 3rd streets.

Boise State University seeks a rezone of 41 parcels from R-2 (combined residential), R-3 (multi-family residential), PC (pedestrian commercial) and C-2 (general commercial) to the U (university district) zone. The rezone includes 23.7 acres north of Boise Avenue, east of Broadway Avenue, south of the Boise River and east of Capitol Boulevard.

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