Car dealerships on Boise design-review agenda

Statesman staffOctober 8, 2013 

MULTIFAMILY BUILDINGS AND COMMERCIAL STRUCTURES

Boise Design and Review Committee, 6 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 9, Boise City Hall Council Chambers, third floor, 150 N. Capitol Blvd.

Miller Family Real Estate — Brad Holmes is requesting design review for construction of three two-story structures for two car dealerships and one collision repair center in a C-2D (general commercial with design review) zone at 12345 W. Fairview Ave.

Performance Engineers LLC — Shawn Reeder is requesting design review for construction of a three-story office building in a C-1D/DA (neighborhood commercial with design review and development agreement) zone at 1508 S. Cloverdale Road.

Biltmore Co. — Jeremy Amar is requesting design review for construction of 34 two-story fourplexes with related site improvements in a R-3D (multi-family residential with design review) zone at 6780 W. Colehaven.

Cordillera LLC is requesting design review for construction of 14 two-story fourplexes with two amenities in a R-3D (multi-family residential design review) zone at 10806 and 10730 W. Florence Drive.

Maverik Inc. — Todd Meyers is requesting design review for construction of a new 4,630- square-foot convenience store with fuel pumps in a C-3D (service commercial with design review) zone at 2650 S. Orchard St.

Biltmore Co. — Jeremy Amar is requesting design review for construction of 14 two-story fourplexes with related site improvements in a L-OD (limited office with design review) zone at 836 N. Maple Grove Road.

City of Boise and Capitol City Development Corp. are requesting to modify the Chapter 11-05-03 Capitol Boulevard Special Design District to reflect a change to the boundary in the Central Corridor, moving from River Street to Fulton Street and modifying the vegetation in the planters for the Central Corridor from Front to Fulton.

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