Rezoning

11-C-19-RZ

by the Planning Commission

The Planning Commission approved RN-4 (General Residential Neighborhood) zoning for these parcels upon enactment of the new zoning code on January 1, 2020, subject to the condition that perimeter landscaping be installed around the parking pad per Section 12.5 of the new zoning ordinance, "Parking Lot Perimeter Landscape Yard", because it is consistent with the sector plan designation of TDR (Traditional Neighborhood Residential).


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Property Information

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Location
2901 , 2907, and 2909 Martin Luther King, Jr., Ave.

Northwest quadrant of the intersection of Beal Bourne Street and Martin Luther King, Jr. Avenue

Council District 6


Size
0.57 acres

Sector
East City

Land Use Designation? TDR (Traditional Neighborhood Residential)


Currently on the Property
Public/Quasi-Public; vacant parcels

Growth Plan
Urban Growth Area (Inside City Limits)

Case Notes

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The Planning Commission approved RN-4 (General Residential Neighborhood) zoning for these parcels upon enactment of the new zoning code on January 1, 2020, subject to the condition that perimeter landscaping be installed around the parking pad per Section 12.5 of the new zoning ordinance, "Parking Lot Perimeter Landscape Yard", because it is consistent with the sector plan designation of TDR (Traditional Neighborhood Residential).

Staff recommends approval of the RN-4 (General Residential Neighborhood) Zoning District upon enactment of the new zoning code on January 1, 2020, subject to the condition that perimeter landscaping be installed around the parking pad per Section 12.5 of the new zoning ordinance, "Parking Lot Perimeter Landscape Yard", because it is consistent with the sector plan designation of TDR (Traditional Neighborhood Residential).

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After the Planning Commission
Because of its location in the City, it will be heard by Knoxville City Council.
Applicant

City of Knoxville