21 Nov 2960 Richmond Street (Richmond Flats)
UPDATE#2 Here is the letter we just received, November 2022, asking for feedback. During the permitting process, Rocky Mountain Power made them move the building north 7 feet. On the north side of the building, this means the project lost 21 parking stalls. To maintain the 55 stalls promised, they need approval for a smaller landscape setback on the north. There is virtually no street parking around this project: Here are the new plans. The advantage of allowing this change is that they will have 52 parking stalls. If the request is denied, they can only provide 30 stalls on the parcel, and there is little, if any, parking available on the street.
Please fill out the comment form at the bottom and tell us what you think about this change. If we receive a comment, we will send you a link to the Zoom meeting on December 12, This item will be on the agenda at approximately 6:25 p.m.
UPDATE#1 The project has received all the funding, and the entire building will be affordable units, 25-55% of AMI. 1,2,3, and 4-bedroom units. They are currently under construction. The Rezone from R1/7000 to RMU-45 Residential Mixed Use was approved by the City Council on August 18, 2020.
OLD NEWS: This describes the building we approved. Here is a link to the Planning commission Staff Report: of May 27. 2020. http://www.slcdocs.com/Planning/Planning%20Commission/2020/00108StaffReport.pdf
Here is the SHCC Letter to the Planning Commission, along with all the comments received from the community:
ORIGINAL PROPOSAL (2020)