Residential projects: 36% inclusionary rentals and 50% of for-sale units must be on-site (rather than standard 25%)
Non-residential projects: Impact fee will go up by 43%
Affordable: housing, small housing units, affordable commercial space
Arts and culture: Affordable spaces for arts uses
Environmentally enhanced design: energy code pilot, emerald ash borer mitigation, net zero....
Social services/critical needs: Market vs. affordable spaces
(No idea what that last one means; I'll explain later when staff covers it)
Option B: Alpine-Balsam, BR-1 (surrounding 29th Street Mall) RH-3 (just south of there, with many 4-5 story buildings)
Option C: Alpine-Balsam, part of BR-1 (east of 28th), RH-3
Q2-Q3 2020: Public engagement, study session, boards/commissions
Q3-Q4 2020: Economic and legal analysis, code drafting, engagement window
Q1-Q2 2021: Code revisions, board and council hearings
Apologies, but I haven't looked at that so I can't explain it.
Guiller: No. There's so many definitions of care facilities by the state, etc. We need more time to figure that out.
The worst thing that could happen is that ppl come in and do exactly what we're asking for, he says.