Joaquin Neighborhood - What do you think of the proposed zone change in order to build an apartment building?
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Dan Vowles / Taryn Denali
313 East 200 North
Taryn Denali requests approval of a Zone Map Amendment from the Residential Conservation (RC) zone to the High Density Residential (HDR) zone in order to build a new 17-unit apartment building, located at 313 East 200 North in the Joaquin Neighborhood.
The applicant describes the project as three-story above grade with underground parking, 17-unit (67 bedrooms) multi-family student housing. The project consists of two parcels that will be combined. Those parcels currently have a single-family residence and a triplex multi-family building. Due to the age and condition of the buildings, the owner is requesting a zone change to allow for more density.
The Joaquin Neighborhood held a neighborhood meeting on May 26, 2022. Provo Neighborhood District 2 held a meeting on March 30, 2023. The application has been under review by various Provo City departments and will be scheduled for a Planning Commission hearing when ready. Because it is a zone change, it will also need to be heard by the Provo City Council.
Planner - Dustin Wright, 801-852-6414, [email protected]
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