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File #: [20-0347]    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Discussion Item Status: Filed
File created: 5/12/2020 In control: Town Council
On agenda: 5/20/2020 Final action: 5/20/2020
Title: 2200 Homestead Road Site Plan Update.
Attachments: 1. Draft Staff Presentation, 2. Email from Homestead Housing Collaborative, 3. Council Questions with Staff Response
Related files: [21-0771]
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2200 Homestead Road Site Plan Update.
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Staff:
Department:
Loryn B. Clark, Executive Director
Housing and Community
Sarah Osmer Vi?as, Assistant Director

Nate Broman-Fulks, Affordable Housing Manager

Emily Holt, Affordable Housing Development Officer


Overview: Staff will provide a progress update on the 2200 Homestead Road development project and seek Council's input on a draft development plan for the site. Staff anticipate incorporating feedback from the Council before submitting a formal development application in the fall in collaboration with its design and engineering team and anticipated development team.


Recommendation(s):
That the Council receive the update and provide input on the site plan prior to submission of rezoning and development applications for the site.

Background:
* September 2017: Town Council dedicated Town-owned land at 2200 Homestead Road for mixed-income affordable housing and authorized the Town Manager to engage potential partners in the discussion.
* June 2018: Town Council reviewed a Concept Plan for the site. Based on Council's guidance, the vision for the site was created. This vision is to develop a mutually supportive, self-sustaining, mixed-income affordable housing community that provides a variety of housing types and maximizes the density of the site.
* November 2018: Town Council authorized staff to issue a Request for Qualifications to identify a development partner and begin negotiating an agreement to develop the site.
* January 2020: the Town Manager executed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the selected development team, the Homestead Housing Collaborative, comprised of Self Help, Habitat for Humanity of Orange County, CASA, and Community Home Trust. The Town anticipates executing an agreement to develop the site with the Homestead Collaborative once entitlements for the site have been approved.

Since January, Town staff and its design and engineering team have worked with the Homeste...

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