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2014 12 08 Informational 200 Current Planning Projects COMMISSION AGENDA Informational X Consent ITEM 200 Public Hearin s g Regular December 08, 2014 KS RS Regular Meeting City Manager Department REQUEST: Community Development Department is advising the City Commission of the status of various current planning projects. SYNOPSIS: The projects listed below are those with some consistent activity, although not every project has additional activity for every update report. Items listed below that have changed since the last update are shown in bold type. Items which have not and do not appear likely to generate any change are periodically dropped from this agenda item with prior notice to the City Commission. CONSIDERATIONS: Bart Phillips/419 Auto &Metal— This project remains on hold pending the outcome of the CSX railroad crossing and the trail right-of-way swap. Construction of the wall along SR 419, east of Wade Street is underway with inspections on-going. Cross Seminole Trail- The Cross Seminole Trail has a missing link from Layer Elementary to the west end of Old Sanford/Oviedo Road. In order for the State to convey the adjacent trail right of way to the City, the City is offering an equivalent area of unimproved right of way near Old Sanford Oviedo Road. This unimproved right of way will be used as a portion of the property needed to complete the Cross Seminole Trail missing link Additional property along SR 419 and Layer Elementary is being donated by Bart Phillips to complete this section of the trail corridor that is needed. Mr. Phillips is also receiving a small piece of right of way from the State that will no longer be needed once this alignment is finalized. Informational 200 PAGE 1 OF 12- December 08,2014 This approval allows for a land swap to be completed with the State to allow for the construction of the Magnolia Park Amphitheater. Staff requested the trail width be increased from 12' to 14' to be consistent with the rest of the trail in the City. The construction of the Magnolia Park Amphitheater is on hold until the City receives a warranty deed from the State conveying to the City approximately 0.44 acres of adj acent trail right of way to the City. This adjacent trail right of way is needed because the amphitheater building encroaches into the State's trail right of way. This encroachment will allow maximum utilization of this facility given the constraints of the site. Additional updates will be made available as information is forthcoming. According to Jim Leftheris of the Florida Department of Environmental Protection, the land swap between the Bart Phillips property and the State of Florida is scheduled for the Acquisition and Restoration Council (ARC) meeting on December 12th or 13th, 2013. This meeting will determine whether a recommendation of approval or denial should be forwarded to the Governor and Cabinet. The Cabinet meeting is scheduled approximately 7 months following the ARC meeting. At this meeting, a final vote to approve or deny the Exchange Agreement contract will be held. Assuming the Cabinet approves the Exchange Agreement, closing can occur 120 days following the Cabinet Meeting. Because of concerns over some excess trail right- of-way at the entrance to Layer Elementary School, the State's Requisitions and Restoration Council (ARC) meeting has been postponed until sometime in February 2014. The ARC unanimously approved the request at their February 14, 2014 meeting. The Construction Agreement between Seminole County and the CSX Railroad was reviewed and approved by the Seminole County Board of County Commissioners on the 9-23-14. Once executed by the County, funds are remitted to CSX by the County, and CSX fully executes the agreement and transmits it to the State, the FDEP staff will certify the corridor which will allow the land exchange process to continue. The land exchange should be to the Governor and Cabinet in early 2015 with the real estate closings occurring during the second quarter of 2015. Dunkin Donuts - A site plan has been submitted for a proposed Dunkin Donuts restaurant with an associated retail use, located on the 1.3 acre commercial outparcel of the Stone Gable PUD (Planned Unit Development). The project is currently under staff review. Public hearing dates will be scheduled at such time after staff review comments have been satisfied. A Development Review Committee (DRC) meeting was held on September 9, 2014. The Final Engineering Plans and Aesthetic Review were submitted. These items will be presented to the Planning & Zoning Board on November 5, 2014 and to the City Commission on November 17, 2014 for final approval. The Planning & Zoning Board unanimously recommended approval of the project at the November 5, 2014 meeting. At the November 17, 2014 City Commission meeting, this item was continued to the December 8, 2014 meeting to allow a Development Agreement to be prepared which addresses concerns related to the project. Grandeville at Town Center (The RiZE) — This project is proposed as a 244 unit, 4-story apartment complex located adjacent to City Hall at the northwest corner of the intersection of Doran Drive and SR 434. The subject property is 4.78 acres in size and is located in the TS zone (Urban Center Zone) of the Town Center. The proposed apartment complex is designed as a "Texas Donut." This is a popular design concept that is utilized in urban areas such as the Winter Springs Town Center that incorporates structured parking into a high density, urban setting without exposing the parking structure to public view. In the "Texas Donut" design configuration, apartment units are constructed around the parking garage and the amenities, so each are internal to the development and are not visible from the surrounding areas. The main frontages of the building will be oriented toward State Road Informational 200 PAGE 2 OF 12- December 08,2014 434, and Doran Drive. The building will have a setback of zero feet along State Road 434 and Doran Drive. A zero foot setback is encouraged in the TS zone of the Town Center and is reflective of historic downtown layouts. With this building constructed to the right-of- way line, it will help transform this portion of State Road 434 into the urban boulevard that was envisioned in the Town Center master plan. The proposed project represents completion of a major portion of the Town Center core. Staff recently issued a zoning verification letter to the applicant's attorney. This purpose of this letter is to help assist in the financing of the construction of this project. The developer and the architect are finalizing budget numbers to accommodate the recent increase in construction costs. Staff s latest conversation with the developer identified a submittal of final engineering during the last quarter of 2013. Staff spoke to the developer the week of October 14, 2013 and supplied updated information related to impact fees. Pursuant to an update received the third week of November 2013, the developer still plans to submit final engineering plans by the end of 2013. As of February 18, 2014, the developer has not submitted plans. Several discussions with the developer have pointed toward a start during the first quarter of 2014. The developer has indicated financing for the construction of the project has been obtained. A meeting with the developer was to be held on March 14, 2014 pertaining to construction related issues. According to the developer, construction is anticipated to begin in May 2014. A meeting was held on April 16, 2014 between the developer and the Building Department regarding the submittal of building plans and architectural design issues. According to the developer, site construction will commence on May 15, 2014. According to the developer, the construction loan will close with the bank in the month of July. Staff inet with the developer on June 17, 2014 to discuss the final permitting process and the final fees. A pre- construction meeting was held on August 5, 2014. Construction of the project is anticipated to commence soon. Construction of the project has commenced. The foundation permit is under staff review. Inspections are on-going. Staff is working with the applicant to schedule a formal ground-breaking ceremony. The ground breaking ceremony is scheduled for October 29, 2014. The foundation permit for the buildings was issued on September 26, 2014 and construction is underway. The groundbreaking ceremony was held on October 29, 2014. The permit for the garage and the apartment foundations has been issued. Construction of the project continues. HaVes Road Plaza— The revised building plans have been submitted for review. Initial site work on this project continues. Site work is ongoing. The building permit will be issued upon resolution of the final remaining Seminole County Fire Department comments. The building permit has been issued and foundation and utility/mechanical work as well as vertical building construction is underway. Staff has started review of the interior build-out for the 7-11 store. This permit will not be issued until a Certificate of Completion is issued for the shell building. Construction on the building continues. Review of the build-out plans on the 7-11 are still on-going. The building permit for the 7-11 interior build-out is ready for issuance. Construction continues on the building. All of the impact fees that were deferred for this project have been paid. Site acceptance, with conditions, will go to the City Commission at their May 12, 2014 meeting. After resolution of a few building items, the building official can issue a certificate of completion for the building. Certificates of Occupancy will be issued for each tenant as interior improvements are finished. The 7-11 has received a stocking and training permit, and is scheduled to open around June 16, 2014. The grand opening for the 7-11 was held on June 23, 2014. The sign along SR 434 is under construction. Staff has negotiated for the finished exterior coating for the rear six-foot wall to be applied, giving the wall a stucco finish. Irblich School - On July 31, 2013, Staff inet with a representative of Irblich Schools. The Informational 200 PAGE 3 OF 12- December 08,2014 representative indicated interest in a portion of the commercial space of the Moss Park Mixed Use building for a potential childcare center. The center would employ 8 full-time workers, and children ranging from age three through sixth grade would attend. According to the owner of the school, a lease agreement is being entered into with the owner of the Moss Park Mixed Use building. According to the owner of the school, a lease was signed in December 2013. Building plans for the interior build-out are currently under review by the building division. According to an article in a local publication, an opening date of Fall 2014 is anticipated. (This item will be removed from the next update). Jesup's Landing — Upon completion, this project will consist of 171 townhome in 30 buildings units on 17 acres of land located on the south side of Orange Avenue, behind Winter Springs High School. The subject property is located in the T4 transect (General Urban Zone) of the Town Center. As of July 12, 2013 five (5) buildings are in various stages of construction representing approximately 30 units. A permit for the clubhouse has been submitted. As of December 31, 2013, no additional permits have been issued. Units are beginning to sell and six buildings are in various stages of construction. Staff is working with the developer on various allowable advertisement methods. Construction on the clubhouse and pool area is nearing completion. Six buildings are complete or nearing completion and units are being sold. The developer has presented an option for a two-story unit with the same architectural detailing. This option represents a minor aesthetic modification as the buildings will look the same and have the same architectural detailing. The proj ect layout remains exactly the same as approved. Twenty-Two (22) permits were processed during the month of August. Construction on three (3) new buildings is on- going. A permit application has been submitted for a seven (7) unit building. Magnolia Park— The construction of the Magnolia Park Amphitheater is on hold until the City receives a warranty deed from the State conveying to the City approximately 0.44 acres of adjacent trail right of way to the City. This adjacent trail right of way is needed because the amphitheater building encroaches into the State's trail right of way. This encroachment will allow maximum utilization of this facility given the constraints of the site. Additional updates will be made available as information is forthcoming. Pinch a PennV - A Final Engineering Plan and Aesthetic Review application has been submitted for a 4,400 square foot building with a Pinch a Penny pool supply store and additional retail space located on the northeast corner of the intersection of SR 434 and Central Winds Parkway. This project was presented to the City Commission for final approval in 2008 but was not constructed. Staff held a Development Review Committee (DRC) meeting with the applicant on June 10, 2014 to address comments that were generated. The plans are expected to be resubmitted soon. This item was unanimously approved by the Planning & Zoning Board at the July 2, 2014 meeting. This item is scheduled to be presented to the City Commission at the July 28, 2014 meeting. Final engineering for this item was approved at the July 28, 2014 City Commission meeting. The contractor has informed the City that the owner is considering changes to the building and site engineering. Staff will provide updates as they become available. Plante Propert� (Tuskawilla Pointe) - Staff has received a request to hold a charette for the Plante property, pursuant to Policy 2.1.2 of the City's Comprehensive Plan. This property comprises approximately 116 acres located in the southeast quadrant of the SR 434/Tuscawilla Road intersection. Approximately 60 acres will be the subject of a voluntary annexation. This property represents the largest enclave within the City. The applicant and staff are working together to finalize the annexation, land use change, and rezoning of the Informational 200 PAGE 4 OF 12- December 08,2014 enclave property by the end of 2013. A charette was held on May 2, 2013 in the City Commission chambers. Approximately 30 citizens attended and solicited input to the proposed development of the property. The application for annexation is expected to be submitted by June 7, 2013. Staff inet with the applicant on August 19, 2013 to finalize elements of the annexation, land use amendment, and rezoning. The application is expected to be submitted to the City by August 21, 2013 with the preliminary subdivision plan to follow soon thereafter. Staff is working on an Annexation Agreement that outlines the major uses for the annexed parcel. The annexation, land use amendment, and rezoning application have been submitted and are being reviewed by staff. At the October 2, 2013 Planning & Zoning Board meeting, the annexation, land use amendment, and rezoning applications were unanimously approved. The annexation, land use amendment and rezoning applications will be presented to the City Commission for first reading at the October 28, 2013 meeting. The annexation, land use amendment, and rezoning applications were unanimously approved at the October 28, 2013 City Commission meeting. The future land use amendment has been transmitted to the State of Florida for review and comments have been received. The future land use amendment and the requested rezoning are scheduled to come back before the City Commission for adoption on February 24, 2014 for final action. Staff continues to work with the applicant on the annexation agreement and the site plan. Staff and the applicant are working on revisions to the annexation agreement as well as changes to the proposed density study/concept plan. Second reading and adoption of the future land use amendment and rezoning ordinances will be delayed until the details of these amendments are finalized. It is anticipated that the second reading of these ordinances will come before the City Commission in April or May of 2014. Documents formalizing acceptance of the brownfield area as part of the annexation are also being formulated by the City Attorney's office. Second reading and adoption of the future land use amendment and rezoning ordinances as well as the pre-annexation agreement were approved by the City Commission at their May 12, 2014 regular meeting. Resolution 2014-10 will be presented to the City Commission on July 28, 2014 which proposes to ratify and designate real property comprising part of the Plante property as a brownfield area, consistent with Seminole County's findings when the property was in the County. The City Commission designated a portion of this development as a brownfield area at the July 28, 2014 meeting. This brownfield area is the same as the one designated by Seminole County. Staff has been advised that the buyer and seller have been in negotiations over language involving the brownfield transfer. It is staff s understanding that these negotiations are nearing an end and the project should be moving forward. The applicant is in the process of vacating the paper roadway easements on the southern portion of the property. Pollack Shores Apartments - Staff is in receipt of a Conceptual Plan submittal for a 342 unit apartment complex located on the northeast corner of the intersection of SR 434 and Michael Blake Boulevard. This project is located within the TS (Urban Center Zone) of the Town Center. The plan is currently under staff review. A Development Review Committee (DRC) meeting is scheduled with the applicant on April 22, 2014. A Development Review Committee (DRC) meeting was held on April 22, 2014. As a result of this meeting, a plan addressing staff s concerns will be re-submitted in the near future. The applicant has re- submitted the Conceptual Plan which is currently under review by staff. This item has been scheduled for the August 6, 2014 Planning & Zoning Board meeting and the August 25, 2014 City Commission meeting. A public meeting with the developer of the project is scheduled for August 21, 2014 in order to solicit input and answer citizen questions and address any concerns regarding this project. The Conceptual Plan will be presented to the City Commission at the September 8, 2014 meeting. A community meeting was held with the developer on August 21, 2014. As a result of the community meeting, the developer is Informational 200 PAGE 5 OF 12- December 08,2014 considering certain modifications to the plans based upon the suggestions that were generated from members of the public at the community meeting. The Concept Plan for the Pollock Shores apartment complex will be placed on a future City Commission meeting. The date of that Commission meeting will be determined at such time as City Staff is made aware these changes have been incorporated into the design of the project and further review is warranted. The Planning & Zoning Board unanimously recommended approval of the Preliminary Site Plan (PSP) subject to the City Commission continuing the project to a date certain to permit a workshop to be held with concerned citizens in order to permit their concerns to be heard prior to the PSP being approved by the City Commission. The applicant and concerned citizens will have a workshop on November 14, 2014 to resolve remaining design concerns that are related to the proj ect. City Staff will recommend the approval of the PSP be continued to a date certain of December 8, 2014 to permit the applicant to address design issues that are agreed upon in the workshop to be addressed on the final version of the PSP. A community meeting with the applicant and concerned citizens was held on December 2, 2014. Based on the outcome of this meeting, several design changes have been made to the project. It is anticipated that the PSP, along with a possible development agreement, will not be presented to the City Commission until at least January 2015. Primrose School - Primrose School is a proposed daycare center on the commercial parcel adj acent to the Heritage Park townhome development. Preliminary and Final Engineering plans, and an Aesthetic Review package were recently submitted to the City. A Development Review Committee (DRC) meeting was held on September 10, 2013 to address staff review comments. A re-submittal of the plans addressing staff review was received and a second round of comments was sent out on October 18, 2013. The Final Engineering Plan and Aesthetic Review were heard at the November 6, 2013 Planning & Zoning Board meeting. A unanimous recommendation for approval resulted. These items will be considered by the City Commission at their December 9, 2013 regular meeting. The Final Engineering Plan and Aesthetic Review were approved by the City Commission at the December 9, 2013 meeting. Building plans have been submitted for review. A pre-construction meeting should be scheduled sometime during the next few weeks. Building plans are being reviewed by the building department. Comments have been sent to the applicant and staff is awaiting their response. On April 7, 2014, staff sent comments on the revised submittal and is awaiting a response. Site work has commenced. Construction continues on the building. Site acceptance will be presented to the City Commission at their December 8, 2014 meeting. RaceTrac (former Hess station site� - Staff is working with the RaceTrac Company to redevelop the abandoned Hess station site located at the intersection of SR 419 and U.S. Highway 17-92. The project will involve the annexation of three (3) additional parcels of land south of the existing site. The applicant has submitted an application requesting the annexation, rezoning, and small-scale future land use map amendment for three (3) parcels of land south of the former Hess gas station site. This application requests annexation, rezoning of the parcels to City of Winter Springs C-2 (General Commercial), and small-scale future land use amendment to City of Winter Springs Commercial. These items will be presented to the Planning & Zoning Board on February 6, 2013, and to the City Commission for first reading on February 25, 2013, and second reading on March 11, 2013. On January 30, 2013, City Staff inet with representatives of RaceTrac to discuss details of an Annexation Agreement which will be presented to the City Commission for approval. On February 6, 2013, the Planning & Zoning Board unanimously approved the Annexation, Small-Scale future land use amendment, and Rezoning. These items will be presented to the City Commission for first reading on February 25, 2013, and second reading on March 11, 2013. At the Informational 200 PAGE 6 OF 12- December 08,2014 February 25, 2013 meeting, the City Commission unanimously approved first reading of the Annexation, Small-Scale Future Land Use Amendment and Rezoning request. Second reading will be on March 11, 2013. At the March 11, 2013 meeting, the City Commission unanimously approved second and final reading of the Annexation, Small- Scale Future Land Use Amendment and Rezoning of the property. The applicant is now going through staff review of the Final Engineering Plans and Aesthetic Review. On March 28, 2013, the applicant resubmitted the Final Engineering Plans and Aesthetic Review for review and approval. If all outstanding staff concerns are satisfied, these items would be scheduled for the May 1, 2013 Planning & Zoning Board meeting and, potentially, the May 13, 2013 City Commission meeting. Staff review of the second submittal is currently on-going. The RaceTrac is tentatively scheduled for the Planning and Zoning Board on May 1, 2012 and for the City Commission on May 13, 2013. The Planning & Zoning Board unanimously recommended approval of the Final Engineering Plans and the Aesthetic Review at the May 1, 2013 meeting. This item will be presented for consideration by the City Commission approval at their May 13, 2013 meeting. The Final Engineering Plan and Aesthetic Review were approved at the May 13, 2013 City Commission meeting. An agenda item to approve Resolution 2013-11 to modify the City's off-premise sign inventory to add the off-premise sign on the recently annexed property for the RaceTrac facility will be considered by the Commission at their June 10, 2013 regular meeting. Staff has been in contact with the project representative from RaceTrac. RaceTrac intends to submit building plans in the fall and begin construction in the first quarter of 2014. The representative of RaceTrac has contacted the City and would like to meet with Staff in order to discuss potential revisions to the Final Engineering Plans. On February 6, 2014, Staff inet with the representatives of RaceTrac to discuss minor changes to the Final Engineering Plans. According to RaceTrac, construction is anticipated to begin in the first quarter of 2015. Because of State regulations, modification of the on-site billboard will occur prior to the RaceTrac construction. This item has been reviewed and coordinated with the City Attorney. The applicant has requested an extension of the approved Final Engineering Plan and Aesthetic Review. These requests will be placed on the October 27, 2014 City Commission agenda. At the October 27, 2014 meeting, the City Commission approved the extension of the Final Engineering Plan and Aesthetic Review for eighteen (18) months. The property has been cleaned up with the removal of the graffiti scheduled within a couple of weeks. Seven Oaks (fka the Dittmer Property)- Staff is in preliminary discussions with the engineer relative to a potential new proposal for this property. Staff has not received any plans as of November 29, 2012. On January 3, 2013, staff inet with a potential developer of the property. Staff has been working with an applicant to solidify an acceptable layout for the property which meets the City's land use requirements. The project engineer has indicated that the preliminary site plan should be submitted by March 8, 2013. As of March 14, 2013 staff has not received a preliminary site plan for this project. On March 27, 2013, a Preliminary Subdivision Plan and PUD Master Plan amendment were submitted for staff review. On April 9, 2013 a Development Review Committee (DRC) meeting was held with the applicant to discuss the comments that were generated by staff for the first review of this project. This item was unanimously approved by the Planning & Zoning Board at the May 1, 2013 meeting. The PUD master plan and preliminary subdivision plan will be presented for the Commission's consideration at their May 13, 2013 meeting. The PUD master plan and preliminary subdivision plan were approved at the May 13, 2013 City Commission meeting. Final subdivision plans have been submitted and are under review. On July 2, 2013, a Development Review Committee (DRC) meeting was held with the applicant to discuss the comments that were generated by staff for the Final Engineering Plans. The Final Subdivision Plans and Aesthetic Review will be presented to the Planning & Zoning Board at the August 14, 2013 meeting. The Final Subdivision Plans and the Aesthetic Informational 200 PAGE 7 OF 12- December 08,2014 Review were unanimously approved at the August 14, 2013 Planning & Zoning Board meeting and were also approved by the City Commission at their August 26, 2013 meeting. The applicant is in the process of preparing the Final Plat for submittal. The final plat has been submitted and is currently under review. The Plat should be recorded later in October 2013 or November 2013. The final plat is scheduled to be presented to the City Commission at the November 18, 2013 meeting. The final plat was approved at the November 18, 2013 City Commission meeting. The plat will be recorded in the Seminole County public records at such time the City receives a bond from the developer for the coverage of infrastructure improvements. Plans for the first model home are currently undergoing review by the building division. The plat was recorded in the public records of Seminole County on December 5, 2013. Construction on the entranceway wall has started. Permits for several homes in the development have been submitted for review. The permit for the model home has been issued and permits for an additional eight (8) units have been submitted and building department review is underway. Permits for additional units have been submitted and are under review. Construction of the model home and entry wall/features is nearing completion. A second home is now under construction. Approximately ten (10) permits have been issued. Approximately eight (8) additional permits have been submitted for review. Approximately three (3) additional permits have been submitted for review. Approximately five (5) additional permits have been submitted for review. Eleven (11) permits have been submitted for review in the past month. The developer is submitting a re- plat to address issues with several lots adjacent to Boat Lake. Six (6) permits were processed during the month of August. Five (5) additional permits have been processed as of September 12, 2014. A re-plat for the expansion of lots 8-13 is currently under staff review. Three (3) additional permits have been processed as of September 26, 2014. Three (3) additional permits have been processed as of October 17, 2014. On November 11, 2014; Veteran's Day, Meritage Homes gave a home in the Seven Oaks subdivision to a military veteran. Three (3) additional permits have been processed as of November 24, 2014. Southern Oaks (Weaver/Toledo properties� American Land Investments of Central Florida, LLC has submitted a Preliminary Subdivision Plan for Southern Oaks, a 92- unit single-family residential subdivision that is proposed for construction on portions of the Weaver and Toledo properties, and on portions of adjacent properties which are located in the City of Oviedo. Of the 92-units, approximately 52 are proposed for constructed in the City of Winter Springs. The proposed subdivision is approximately 55.55 acres, of which 33.27 acres are located in the City of Winter Springs. Staff is currently in the process of reviewing the Preliminary Subdivision Plan. A Development Review Committee (DRC) meeting is scheduled with the applicant on March 5, 2013 to discuss comments related to the submittal. On March 5, 2013, a Development Review Committee (DRC) meeting was held with the applicant to discuss comments related to the submittal. A revised Preliminary Subdivision Plan based on the outcome of this meeting is anticipated to be submitted for review soon. As of March 29, 2013, the revised Preliminary Subdivision Plan has not been resubmitted. The revised Preliminary Subdivision Plan was submitted on April 10, 2013 for staff review. Staff is working with the applicant to address staff review comments including the design of the lots around the existing cell tower. As of May 3, 2013, the revised Preliminary Subdivision Plan has not been submitted. The Preliminary Subdivision Plan and three waiver requests are scheduled to be presented at the June 5, 2013 Planning & Zoning Board meeting. At the June 5, 2013 meeting, the Planning & Zoning Board unanimously approved the Preliminary Subdivision Plan and three waiver requests. This item will be presented to the City Commission following approval of the annexation of the Mermel property into the City. Since the applicant has requested a continuance of second reading of the Mermel property to the August 26, 2013 City Informational 200 PAGE 8 OF 12- December 08,2014 Commission meeting, this item is scheduled to be presented to the City Commission for approval at the August 26, 2013 meeting. The City Commission's consideration of the annexation and the preliminary subdivision plan may need to be continued to a later date dependant upon the date of the County's Commission's final actions relative to Mermel property. Second reading of the Mermel property annexation as well as the preliminary subdivision plan will be presented to the City Commission for consideration at their September 9, 2013 meeting. The preliminary subdivision plan and three associated waiver requests were approved at the September 9, 2013 City Commission meeting. Final Engineering Plans will be submitted in the near future. Staff inet during the week of January 6, 2014 to discuss proposed modifications to the project's stormwater management system. The property has been sold to Taylor- Morrison Homes of Florida. Final Engineering Plans are currently being prepared for submittal. Staff must negotiate a final agreement for the pond modification. This agreement will be considered for approval by the City Commission at the March 10, 2014 meeting. The City Commission approved the northern pond modification agreement at the March 10, 2014 meeting. Final Engineering Plans have been submitted for review. Public hearing dates will be scheduled at such time all staff review comments have been satisfied. A Development Review Committee (DRC) meeting was held with the applicant on September 16, 2014. A resubmittal addressing staff review comments is anticipated soon. The applicant has resubmitted the plans. A City Commission date will be scheduled at such time staff comments have been satisfied. A pre-application meeting was held with the developer on November 5, 2014 to discuss incorporating a property located to the east into the overall development. Staff will provide updates as they are made available. Starlight Baptist Church - Starlight Baptist Church has submitted a Final Engineering Plan for an 18,158 square foot sanctuary building that will contain approximately 565 seats. The Final Engineering Plan proposes additional paved and grass parking. The plan will be presented to the Planning & Zoning Board on October 2, 2013 and to the City Commission on October 14, 2013. At the October 2, 2013 Planning & Zoning Board meeting, the Final Engineering Plan was unanimously approved. The applicant has requested this item be considered by the City Commission at the October 28, 2013 meeting. At the October 28, 2013 City Commission meeting, the Final Engineering Plans were approved. At the November 6, 2013 Planning & Zoning Board meeting, the Aesthetic Review was unanimously recommended for approval. This item will be presented to the City Commission at the November 18, 2013 meeting. The aesthetic review was approved at the November 18, 2013 City Commission meeting. It is anticipated that construction of the new sanctuary building will begin in the first quarter of 2014. Building plans are under review by the Building Division. The sanctuary building is now under construction. Site acceptance and the issuance of a certificate of occupancy is expected to occur in the next several months. Staff continues to monitor the progress. Town Center Phase I (previouslV referred to as JDC Calhoun I� — Staff continues to monitor activity and to meet with potential occupants on vacant retail/office space within Phase 1 of the Town Center. Quest Diagnostics has entered into a lease to be located in Building 8 in the Town Center. Wendy's last day of operation will be June 30, 2012. Staff has provided as-built drawings for the old Beef O'Brady's and Bijoux Jewelers locations for use in working on an interior build-out plan for a new restaurant. No formal plans have been submitted to the City. Quest Diagnostics is underway with an interior build-out in Building # 8 (1132 East State Road 434). Completion of the Quest Diagnostics build-out is nearing completion. Staff is discussing the location of a pizzeria/take out restaurant in the former Uncle Al's location. Quest Diagnostics has received a Certificate of Completion. The build- out for Mango Spice restaurant is currently under review. Mango Spice will have their Informational 200 PAGE 9 OF 12- December 08,2014 grand opening celebration on December 1, 2012. The owner of the Zoo Fitness Club has submitted plans for expansion into the tenant spaces of the former Barnie's Coffee and Cristiano's. Wine Styles has changed its name to "Spillovers." A new hair salon called iHair has submitted an application for a sign permit. A tenant build-out has been submitted for Eckel Engineering. This firm's activities are concentrated in the petroleum terminal and pipeline industry. A tenant build-out has been submitted for South & York restaurant, located in the former Hollywood Bistro space. Staff has received a building permit submittal for an interior build-out for a GNC Nutrition Center. Staff conducted a design "kick-off' meeting with our consultants of August 28, 2013. This design effort is centered around the Market Square area of the Town Center. The Eckel Engineering offices have opened for business. The South & York Restaurant has opened for business. Repainting of nine buildings in the Town Center is complete. Mikki V's restaurant is currently completing renovations to the former Mango Spice restaurant tenant space. According to the owner, an opening date of mid-May is scheduled. The Integrity Dance Center is finalizing an interior build-out in the Town Center, Phase I. Mikki V's restaurant has opened for business. According to the owner, a grand opening celebration is planned soon on June 20th, 21 st, and 22nd, 2014. Town Center Phase II— Staff inet with a potential developer for part of Phase II in late March 2012. No plans or concepts have been submitted to date. Staff has provided engineering information on Phase II of the Town Center to a potential developer but has not received any development proposals as of February 28, 2013. On March 6, 2013, Staff is meeting with a developer about a potential mixed use project for the Phase II property. Staff met with a potential developer of the Phase II property on March 6, 2013. Staff continues to field questions relative to the possible development of a portion of the Phase II property. The owner has contacted the city relative to meeting in January 2014 about an apartment development in Phase II. A pre-application meeting is scheduled for February 4, 2014 with a potential developer of an apartment complex/mixed use development in Phase II of the Town Center. A pre-application meeting was held on February 4, 2014 with a potential developer of a proposed apartment complex in Phase II of the Town Center. Additional information will be provided as it becomes available. A second pre-application meeting has been requested by the potential developer of a proposed apartment complex on March 18, 2014. On March 18, 2014 a pre-application meeting was held with a potential developer of an apartment complex on the northeast corner of the intersection of SR 434 and Michael Blake Boulevard. The proposal is for 12 apartment buildings with a total of 342 units. A submittal of a Conceptual Development plan is expected soon. A Conceptual Development plan for 342 apartment units has been submitted for review under the working title "Pollack Shores". A separate update has been created for this project. The Greens at Tuskawilla - A building permit has been issued for the sales trailer. Permit applications have been received for two buildings (8 units) in this development and have proceeded through the first review. Comments have been issued and the applicant delivered their response to comments on January 17, 2012. On January 25, 2012, the plat was recorded in the public records of Seminole County. The building permit for the first 4-unit building is ready for issuance as of February 12, 2012. Construction of the first building (4 townhome units) is underway. An official groundbreaking ceremony is scheduled for April 18, 2012 at 3:00 PM. The official groundbreaking ceremony was held on April 18, 2012 at 3:00 PM Construction on the townhome units continues. Final site acceptance is scheduled for the Commission's June 25, 2012 meeting. On June 29, 2012, the developer submitted building permits for the second building consisting of four (4) townhome units. Construction of the second building is nearing completion. A Certificate of occupancy has Informational 200 PAGE 10 OF 12- December 08,2014 been issued for the second building. Staff has received a building permit for one additional townhome building. A third building is under construction. A permit for a fourth building has been issued. Permits for two additional buildings have been submitted and are under review. Permit applications for five (5) additional units have been submitted and are under review. Four (4) units are currently under construction. Permits for eight (8) additional units have been submitted and are under review. �ndin�Hollow Offce Buildin�s - The final engineering and aesthetic review package for this project were considered by the Planning and Zoning Board on April 3, 2013. This meeting resulted in a recommendation of approval. The City Commission will consider the final engineering and aesthetic review at their April 22, 2013 meeting. This item was approved at the April 22, 2013 City Commission meeting. Staff is awaiting the scheduling of a pre-construction meeting. Staff held a pre-construction meeting with the applicant on June 10, 2013. The plat is scheduled to be presented to the City Commission for final approval at the July 22, 2013 meeting. Sitework construction commenced in June 2013 and is expected to be in progress for the next several months. On July 21, 2013 a Lot Split Application was submitted, by the same owner, for a 4 acre parcel located at the southeast corner of S.R. 434 and Winding Hollow Boulevard. The applicant has preliminary indicated verbally to Staff that the development of the east side Interior Lot would be used for single- story offices as previously approved for property located on the west side of Winding Hollow Boulevard. On July 10, 2013 the Planning & Zoning Board recommended approval for The Offices at Winding Hollow Lot Split for property located on the southeast corner of S.R. 434 and Winding Hollow Boulevard (Resolution 2013-25). This lot split was approved by the City Commission non July 22, 2013. First reading of the administrative rezoning was approved by the City Commission on August 12, 2013 and second reading will follow at a later date after the adoption of the lot split resolution. The plat for the Offices at Winding Hollow was recorded in the public records of Seminole County on September 6, 2013. Vertical construction on the buildings has commenced. Staff is currently reviewing the first iteration of the Final Engineering Plans and Aesthetic Review application for the east side of Winding Hollow Boulevard. These items are scheduled for the December 4, 2013 Planning & Zoning Board meeting, and for final approval at the January 13, 2013 City Commission meeting. On December 4, 2013 the Planning & Zoning Board unanimously recommended approval of the final engineering and aesthetic review for the offices on the east side of Winding Hollow Boulevard. This item will be presented to the City Commission on January 13, 2014 for final approval. This item (east side) was unanimously approved by the City Commission at the January 13, 2014 meeting. Building plans for the east side have been submitted and are currently under review. The building plans for the east side have been approved. Arbor penalty fines have been paid and Certificates of Completion have been issued for the units along the west side of Winding Hollow Boulevard. Building permit plans are under review for the three buildings proposed for the east side of Winding Hollow Boulevard. Construction on these three buildings is anticipated to begin soon. A pre-construction meeting was held on September 9, 2014. Construction is anticipated to begin the week of September 15. The building permit was picked up by the contractor on September 26, 2014. Construction is anticipated to commence soon. Construction began on the east side of Winding Hollow Boulevard during the week of October 13. Potential projects under discussion with sta�'f'— The following are items that have been discussed with staff but are not formal applications for development at this time. Staff will continue to advise the Commission on the status of the discussions: Informational 200 PAGE 11 OF 12- December 08,2014 . On October 9, 2014, a meeting was held between City Staff and a potential developer of a 4-story, 144 suite Assisted Living Facility (ALF) located on State Road 434 adjacent to the north side of the Cross Seminole Trail bridge. Staff will present updates as they are available. . Staff inet with a potential developer on the ICI property. The proposal, as currently presented, involves 100-plus apartments and 10 acres of commercial along the SR 434 frontage. Economic Development Activities (Please be aware that some descriptions will be abbreviated because of confidentiality agreements) . Staff has initiated discussions with representatives of Expertus Labs and Katmai Government Services relative to future developments within their companies. FISCAL IMPACT: There is no fiscal impact associated with this agenda item. COMMUNICATION EFFORTS: This Agenda Item has been electronically forwarded to the Mayor and City Commission, City Manager, City Attorney/Staff, and is available on the City's Website, LaserFiche, and the City's Server. Additionally, portions of this Agenda Item are typed verbatim on the respective Meeting Agenda which has also been electronically forwarded to the individuals noted above, and which is also available on the City's Website, LaserFiche, and the City's Server; has been sent to applicable City Staff, Media/Press Representatives who have requested Agendas/Agenda Item information, Homeowner's Associations/Representatives on file with the City, and all individuals who have requested such information. This information has also been posted outside City Hall, posted inside City Hall with additional copies available for the General Public, and posted at five (5) different locations around the City. Furthermore, this information is also available to any individual requestors. City Staff is always willing to discuss this Agenda Item or any Agenda Item with any interested individuals. RECOMMENDATION: Staff requests the City Commission receive and review the information provided in this Agenda Item. 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