How is multi-family permitted here?

This proposal aligns with the guidance in the Land Use Plan for multi-family units in a Regional Activity Center. The Plan specifically states that the City should not approve new stand-alone single-use multi-family residential complexes, and that any new multi-family units should be located in a mixed use area (Regional or Neighborhood Activity Center) designed to be integrated in a vertically mixed-use building or integrated horizontally within a pedestrian friendly mixed use development. This proposal aligns with the guidance in the Land Use Plan for a mixed use development. The multi-family units are being constructed in a vertically mixed use building with non-residential uses on the ground floor. The 8-acre development is horizontally integrated with various non-residential uses located within the 8-acres as well as in the overall Regional Activity Center.

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1. Is this a city-led project?
2. Where is this zoning application in the process?
3. How many units are being proposed?
4. What is a Regional Activity Center?
5. How is multi-family permitted here?
6. What type of non-residential or commercial uses will be permitted here?
7. What did the school impact analysis say?
8. How is parking being addressed?
9. How is drainage being handled?
10. Will there be any impact to traffic?
11. How are the multi-family units being proposed different from a traditional apartment complex?
12. How would this development impact the overall ratio of multi-family as outline in the Land Use Plan?
13. Has the City ever received a proposal for multi-family along Sugar Creek Center Blvd?
14. What is a Planned Development (PD) District?
15. What is the current zoning designation for this property?
16. Does this project proposal align with the Land Use Plan guidance?