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4 - Notice of Disposition - LUR2007-00035 Harlem Yards Use Review located at 4843 Pearl StMemo To: Planning Board From: Ptanning, Brent Bean, Senior Planner Re: 1. Harlem Yards Use Review and 2. Valleylab amended Site Review Date: July 7, 2007 Two notice of dispositions and site review materials have been attached to this memo. Both items are subject to Planning Board call-up by July 20, 2007. Discussion: 1. Harlem Yards Use Review, LUR2007-00035 The applican[ has requested consideration of a Use Review to pernut location of an infant swimming facility and lap pool within an industrial General (IG) zone. Staff found that the applica[ion meets the Use Review criteria for location of a swimming facility wi[hin an industrial zone. The primary use will be to provide swimming lessens to infants. The pool activities have been expanded to provide lap swimming for employees within the industrial area, providing an expanded service suppoRing industrial uses and employees wi[hin the area. Access to Old Pearl for this site is by way of an access easement on the adjacent property to the west, which was approved as condition of the subdivision creating this lot. 2. Valleylab Amended Site Review, LUR2007-00024 Valleylab is expanding their building needs to house a Califomia-based operation that they recendy acquired. The new building will be placed on 5.66 acres of the Valleylab site. The new building will be 60,200 squaze feet in area, planned for office and industriaUresearch operations. The buildings on the existing Valleylab site aze in excess oF 262,000 square feet. Most of the buildings are connected by way of enclosed walkways, pernvtting movement of employees within a ciimatized building. The new building wili not be connected to the existing buildings because a Multi-use path is located between the existing buildings and this site. The multi-use path is a paR of the vansportation plan for the Gunbarrel azea. The site had approvals for a parking reduction of greater than 25%. The current parking did no[ meet the needs for cunent employees. The new site is providing 200 additional parking spaces to address existing parking needs plus those anticipated with the new building. Neighborhood concerns expressed regarding this amended plan have only been related to the lack of adequate parking on site. Employees pazk along Gunbarrel, Spine and Longbow Drives today due to and existing parking shortage. Adding the additional pazking space still results in an overall parking reduction of 8% for the total site requirements. The applicant has updated their Transportation Demand Management plans to improve transit and carpooling uses for employees. The final architecmre for the new building will be reviewed in detail by the staff at the time of Technical Document Review. The applicant has enhanced the multi-use trail and open space amenities for the site. The proposed landscape plans will break up the bulk and scale of the new build and provide the required buffers and landscape relief for the parking lot and new open space areas. The existing site is well landscaped and this plan will expand on [he existing site development standards. Plan/data/misclvalleylabletter ~ CITY OF BOULDER ,~y~ P{anning and Development Services + ~ ~ 1739 Broadway, Third Floor P.O. Box 791, Boulder, CO 80306-0791 phone 303-441-1880 fax 303-441-3241 web boulderplandevelop.net CITY OF BOULDER PLANNING DEPARTMENT NOTICE OF DISPOSITION You are hereby advised that the following action was taken by the Planning Department based on the standards and criteria of the Land Use Regulations as set forth in Chapter 9-2, B.R.C. 1981, as applied to the proposed development. DECISION: APPROVAL CASE NUMBER: LUR2007-00035 PROJECT NAME: HARLEM YARDS DESCRIPTION: USE REVIEW: Operate a private swim school (weekdays 7:00 AM to 7:00 PM and weekends 7:00 AM to S:OOPM) and lap swim facility (weekday hours) for an indoor athletiGrecreation facility in the Industrial-General zoning district. LOCATION: 4843 PEARL ST COOR: N4, W2 LEGAL DESCRIPTION: Lot 4, HARLEM YARDS Subdivision, City of Boulder, County of Boulder, Colorado APPLICANT: JUDY HEUMANN OWNER: DELLACAVA-BURNING TREE LLC APPLICATION: Use Review ZONING: IG, Industrial General CASE MANAGER: Brent Bean VESTED PROPERTY RIGHT: NO; the owner has waived the opportunity to crease such right under Section 9-4-14, B.R.C. 1981. FOR CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL, SEE THE FOLLOWING PAGES OF THIS DISPOSITION. APPROVAL ON July 6.2007 Date By: 7/~!/~f~' Ruth McHeyser, Acting Planning Director This decision may be appealed to the Planning Board by filing an appeal letter with the Planning Department within two weeks of the decision date. If no such appeal is filed, the decision shall be deemed final fourteen days after the date above mentioned. Appeal to Planning Board expires: Julv 20. 2007 IN ORDER FOR A BUILDING PERMIT APPLICATION TO BE PROCESSED FOR THIS PROJECT, A SIGNED DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT AND SIGNED MYLAR PLANS MUST BE SUBMITTED TU THE PLANNING DEPARTMENT WITH DISPOSITION CONDITIONS AS APPROVED SHOWN ON THE MYLAR PLANS, IF THE DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT IS NOT SIGNED WITHIN SIXTY (60) DAYS OF THE FINAL DECISION DATE, THE PLANNING DEPARTMENT APPROVAL AUTOMATICALLY EXPIRES. Address: 4843 PEARL ST a Pursuant to Section 9-4-12 of the Land Use Regulations (Boulder Revised Code, 1981), the applicant must begin and substantially complete the approved development within three years from the date of final approval [or in compliance with the phasing plan]. Failure to "substantially complete" (as defined in Section 9-4-12) the development within three years shall cause this development approval to expire. CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL 1. The Applicant shall be responsible for ensuring that the development shall be in compliance with the hours of operation and services to be provided for a private recreational facility (swim facility) in an Industrial Zone. Address: 4843 PEARL ST CITY OF BOULDER a~~yi Planning and Development Services 1739 Broadway, Third Floor P.O. Box 791, Boulder, CO 80306-0791 phone 303-441-1880 fax 303-441-3241 web boulderplandevelop.net CITY OF BOULDER LAND USE REVIEW RESULTS AND COMMENTS DATE OF COMMENTS: July, 7, 2007 CASE MANAGER: Brent fiean PROJECT NAME: Infant Aquatics LOCATION: 4843 PEARL ST COORDINATES: REVIEW TYPE: Use Review REVIEW NUMBER: LUR2007-00035 APPLICANT: JUDY HEUMANN DESCRIPTION: USE REVIEW: Operate a private swim school (indoor athletiGrecreation facility) in the Industrial-General zoning district. REQUESTED VARIATIONS FROM THE LAND USE REGULATIONS: I. REVIEW FINDINGS Applicant is approved, the notice of disposition has been placed in city records. There are some issue that will be required to be completed or updated prior to issuance of building permits for this site. For example, the title commitment for this site will be required to be updated to within in 30 days of signing the development agreement. Staff will begin work on the development agreement once the fifteen day call-up period has been completed and the staff approval has not been called-up for further consideration. II. CITY REQUIREMENTS Fees Not applicable because application has been approved for this review. Fire Protection Fire has no issues with this request. The automatic fire sprinklers and the fire alarm system will need to be modified to accommodate the new tenant. David Lowrey 303.441.4356 Legal Documents Julia Chase, City Attorney's Office, Ph. (303) 441-3020. Prior to signing the Development Agreement, if approved, updated title work current to within 30 days will be required. Utilities (Brian Campbell, P.E., Engineering) At the time of building permit application the following requirements will apply: 1. The applicant will be required to provide accurate existing and proposed plumbing fixture count forms to determine if the proposed meters and services are adequate for the proposed use. 2. Water and Wastewater Plant Investment Fees and service line sizing will be evaluated. 3. If the existing water and/or wastewater services are required to be abandoned and upsized, all new service taps to existing mains shall be made by city crews at the developer's expense. The water service must be excavated and turned off at the corporation stop, per city standards. The sewer service must be excavated and capped at the property line, per city standards. 4. Pool drain connections to the sanitary sewer need to be shown on the plans. 5. An operational plan for how the pool is filled and emptied should be provided and considered. 6. Sewer lateral connection may need to be modified to allow the pool to drain to the sewer main. This needs to be evaluated by the applicant. Address: 4843 PEARL ST y III. INFORMATIONAL COMMENTS IV. NEXT STEPS V. CITY CODE CRITERIA CHECKLIST USE REVIEW CRITERIA / 1) Consistency with Zonino and Non-Conformity: The use is consistent with the purpose of the zoning district as set forth in Section 9-2-1, "Zoning Districts Established," B.R.C. 1981, except in the case of anon-conforming use; This site is located within an Industrial General zone. The zone is intended to support industrial uses and their related service uses. The applicant will be developing a toddler swimming facility with the addition of adult lab swim times. The adult swim times have been scheduled to permit employees from within the surrounding area to use the pool as well, providing a service to the surrounding industrial uses. / (2) Rationale: The use either: / (A) Provides direct service or convenience to or reduces adverse impacts to the surrounding uses or neighborhood; the pool will be available for lap swim use by employees within the surrounding industrial neighborhood, providing a direct service to the existing industrial area. (B) Provides a compatible transition between higher intensity and lower intensity uses; (C) Is necessary to foster a specific city policy, as expressed in the Boulder Valley Comprehensive Plan, including, without limitation, historic preservation, moderate income housing, residential and non- residential mixed uses in appropriate locations, and group living arrangements for special populations; or . (D) Is an existing legal non-conforming use or a change thereto that is permitted under subsection (e) of this section; / 3) Comoatibility: The location, size, design, and operating characteristics of the proposed development or change to an existing development are such that the use will be reasonably compatible with and have minimal negative impact on the use of nearby properties or for residential uses in industrial zoning districts, the proposed development reasonably mitigates the potential negative impacts from nearby properties; The facility will provide private swimming lessons for toddlers. Projected traffic and parking needs will not exceed those of an industrial use within the area. Adequate parking (exceeding code requirements) has been provided on site to meet the needs of the swimming facility and remaining industrial building area. / (4) Infrastructure: As compared to development permitted under Section 9-3.1-1, "Schedule of Permitted Uses of Land," B.R.C. 1981, in the zone, or as compared to the existing level of impact of anon-conforming use, the proposed development will not significantly adversely affect the infrastructure of the surrounding area, including, without limitation, water, wastewater, and storm drainage utilities and streets; City services existing in this area and can serve the development. / (5) Character of Area: The use will not change the predominant character of the surrounding area; and The swimming pool will be constructed within a building designed for industrial use. The character of the surrounding area will not change. NA 6) Conversion of Dwelling Units to Non-Residential Uses: There shall be a presumption against approving the conversion of dwelling units in the residential zoning districts set forth in Subsection 9-3.1-1(a), B.R.C. 1981, to non-residential uses that are allowed pursuant to a use review, or through the change of one non-conforming use to another non-conforming use. The presumption against such a conversion may be overcome by a finding that the use to be approved serves another compelling social, human services, governmental, or recreational need in the community including, without limitation, a use for a day care center, park, religious assembly, social service use, benevolent organization use, art or craft studio space, museum, or an educational use. VI. CONDITIONS ON CASE Address: 4843 PEARL ST --~' -- - - I ~' 4 NO~~ SCAlE 1' = 2O ea a 25 ~,~. ~ . - _ _. _._ I I I I I O CONCRETE CU0.0 _--' _ _ - - INSTALL INTEGRAL _ - _ 11- -' CURB k CUTTER __ A INSTALL PARKING I I N ~' STRIPING RE 3/C}.10 ~ ~ _____- ____ RE]/CSJ w c.n RE DETAL I COMMERCIAL BCILDING - __-- ---- I I _.- - -_ I _ --- I -' INSTALL PARKING ^-____--'-- _ STRIPING RE 2/C}10 I I _ - -' ' - _ - I _ _ _ - -' _ --I- INSTALL INTEGRAL ,~ 1 N p A PROPOSED 3' CONCRETE PAN RE K]D] 9 5 STALLS • 7•]S _. I PROPOSED TRASH ENCLOSURE RE ARCHITECT ~ ~ CURB h GUTTER p H A L T RE ]/C]J B STALLS • 62 TOL ] STALLS O T ]5.., I 18.98 _ _ I I ______ I I } H.C STa't'` • 12. % q2 VWT11 ` 1 3' SPADES 1 I A8.5 _T,w7e1 ~ c4 3 ,~ I~ w °R - _., - ~ ~ - 1 6 „~ I~ ~ J ~ ~ __ _ _ $ / _ / WSTALL PARKING f > vY 1 T STRIPING qE T/C},10 ~ \ W Nl yllj ~} T'f S~~ INSTALL CUftB STOP N pETAII 1!C}.Tt TALL M.C. PARK TIDING RE ]/C3. 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THE MORE STRINGENT SPEGFK:ATKN{ SHALL . 1 I D GOVERN. 11 THE CONTRACTOR SHALL PRONDE AND MAINTNN 2. THE CITY CONSTRULTON ENGNEER SHA:1 BE NOTIFIED BY TETIPORARY EROSION CONTRq. OENCES, AS REQUIRED. SEE ~~~ CONTROL PLAN ANO SITE SWMP FOR DETNLS -PROPOSED ]" AC.C PAVEMENT TIE CONTRACTOR aB HWRS BEFORE TIE START OF . R D TAIL 3 C].9 E E / Sot 97561961 t10Yl Bell NYLOPLAST bTOPo9 DIET CONSTRUCTON AND BEFORE INSPECRONS qRE REQUIRED 12 CONTRACTOR SMALL OBTAIN ALL PERMITS AND PAY ALL 5n 1)59.9951 tt010.6w] STORM MANHOLE 3 THE LOCATONS OF ALL AERIAL AND UNDERGROUND UTLItt PERMIT AND OTHER ASSOCIATED FEES REWIRED TD ' 593 RNORM 11921.OB7b MYLOPU6T610lW 9iLET iAdlITES ARE gPPROJUMATE OR MAY NOT BE INDICATED Irv ppMpLLTE THE PROJECT COST SHALL BE CONSIDERED ^ P GC. PAVEMENT -PROPOSED 6 SN 9]]5199t 10a10.3SW MYLOPIAST STORM STET THESE PUNS. UNDERGROUND FACKITES, WHETHER INCIDENTAL TO THE PROJECT RE DETAIL 2 C39 / 995 9T6TN1 LOBS d% MYLORlAST BlOPM SIFT YALL BE LOCATED AND RAGGED BY THE INDICATED OR NOT 69e a]11 010 lOBN 10M STORM MAHINLE , UTLITES AT THE REWEST Di TIE CONiggCTOR NO 1] ALL UTLITES SHALL BE INSTALLED PER TiE Cltt OF w] 1)lO.WTI t09R 3m SEWER ClFANOUT EXCAVgTON WILL BE PERMITTED IN TIE AREA UNTL ALL BOULDER REOUIREMEN75 AND TIE UTUtt PLAN SET. SEE -PROPOSED 4' PCC. 9DEWALK 699 Bm.A1B1 LION 2w5 SEWER CLEAMDUi SUCH U1fDERGRO'JND UT1lltt FAGUTES HAVE BEEN LOCATED PLANS C}.0 THRWGH C38 FOR UTILITY NJSTAl1ATON. RE DETAL 1/C].9 599 e]3293N tt3N.]6W SDEWALK ANO IDENTFlED TO THE SATSFACTON (IF ALL PARTES AND tt 800 HI38 M)1 11330.@T bNFWALK THEN ONLY WITH EXTREME CARE TO gWJID ANT POSSIBILITY HORIZONTAL CONSIRUCTON CONTROL SHALL BE BET pqR°~ ~ FL AND PERP NDICULAR TO SWTH PR P RTY IN Q - E%ISTNG SANITARY MANHOLE w1 8900.958 le]w.W2] PROPOSED FPE HYpWR OF DAMAGE TO THE UTGTY FACILITY. 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ALL INTEGRAL CURB SHALL BE 6' VERTCAL CURB AS O - E%ISTNG TELEPHONE PEDESTAL ell 91299962 109N.OOw PROPOSED 8X9TMN6FOPMER CENTER OF COLdLADO FOR EJOSTNC PUBLIC UTILITY STAKES SHOWtI BN IN9.2]66 1095198/8 pETA1l116 WALL (1-800-922-198]) 48 HWRS PRIOR TO dGGNC. ~ - EXISTNG ELECTRIC PEDESTAL 815 9660.BWt 11009881/ pETAgMp wALL B THE CONTRACTOR SHALL ADJJST TO GFADE ALL WATER qN0 1]. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL CONSTRUCT ALL PAVEMENTS TO 616 8961.3591 1101//151 RETA9.IG WALL . CAB VALVE BOXES AND MANHOLES 1HAT FALL wTHIN ME CONFORM WTH THE CORRECT CROSS SECTONS, UNES, AND ~~~~~~~ -PROPOSED SPILL CURB RE DETAIL 5/C39 BIT 9m]01b tlt]t9N5 AEPB•q WALL OMITS OF TITS CONTRACT (NO PAT ITEM) TIE FlNISH GRADES AS INdCATEp ON TIE PLANS NO PONDING OF WAT R SH ' 918 19B1.2We 111fi W3 RETA9•IG WALL , CONTRACTOR SHALL KEEP ALL SAN WATER GAS AND E ALL BE ALLOWED. • -PROPOSED 5 BOLLARD RE DETAL B/C3 9 110 em MN 1319 99866116 itlw tm 1t3Q9021 RETANIC WALL RETAN18G wALL , EXISTNC SEWERS ANO T1EIR APPURIEWANCES FREE OF 18. THE CONTRACTOR SHALL SUBMIT TO TIE ENgNEER PRIOR ® - PROPOSED 6' % 6' TRANSFORMER PAD Ql 69N.9119 11YW 36W PETA9•Mi WALL DEBRIS ANO OPERABLE AT ALL TMES DURING . TD CONSTRUCTON, A CONCRETE PAVEMENT JgNTNC PUN RE ELECTRICAL PLAN 622 822! K21 109039921 flETA9•A' WALL GONSTRUCTON. FOR RENEW ANp MPROVAL MAXIMUM SPggNG ON A m 9]A 3w9 tW9605M RETAY•Y' WALL 6 ELEVATdVS ME REFERENCED TO THE GTY OF BWLOER TRANSVERSE JgNT SHALL BE 11 FEET, m -PROPOSED GAS METED RE Mg11TELT PLAN aN 9]3).wz 1o]M SMp PETAw11D wAU pATUM. BEE GRADING PLAN FOR SIZE BENCHMARK AND 19. ALL CONCRETE Fqt PAl£MENi AND INTEGRAL CURB AND m -PROPOSED ELECTRIC METER RE ELECTRICAL PLAN DATUM INitMMATON CUTTERS SHALL CONFORM TO COOT 1YPE P PANNG WTH ] ALL DEBRIS RESULTNG FROM CONSTRUCTION OPERATONS HOT PWR tYPE JgNT SEALS ALL CONCRETE iDR N -PROPOSED WATER VALVE RE 3/G.6 . SHALL BE HAULED OFF-9TE ANO PRpp ERLY pIBPOSED OF SIDEWgUSS AND NOW STRIPS SHALL BE COOT CLA55 B WTi COLD PWR TYPE JgNi SEALS. PAVEMENT TESTNG AND ^ - PROPOSED WATER METER RE 8/C3.6 (NO PAY ITEM). JGNT SEALING SMALL BE DONE IN ACCORDANCE WTH COOT B. 1HE CONTRACTOR SHgLL NRNISH ANp MAINTAIN ALL STANDARD SPEgFlCATONS. • -PROPOSED STORM SEWER MANHOLE RE 5/CJ.] NECESSARY BARRICADES, WARNING SIGNS. LIGHTS qN0 - - 20. nIRR RA(Brrn, we mu. e~ ~.....,, .,.-.....~.... . PRaIECT Na C045350 W~ K C O EHRHART GRIFFIN dE ASSOCIATES 568 Briggs Street P.0 Box 930 Erie, C91or9ao 80516 (}0]) 828-]}s0 • ENGINEERING • PLANN4IG • LAND SUR~EYWG ]C [r a a J ~ a U] (,) o A ~~ ~aa~~ Z ?'zE'-o F ~ a U U ~ a~~~o E-I J J di~lFrpm x~~o H- J DATE n/n/as DESIGNED BY: ccH DRAMN BY: ~t6G CHECIIED BY: MJB