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Legislation #: 961235 Introduction Date: 9/24/1996
Type: Ordinance Effective Date: 11/3/1996
Sponsor: None
Title: Approving an amendment to a previously approved development plan in District URD (Urban Redevelopment District) on approximately a 325 acre tract of land generally bounded by Bannister Road on the north, I-435 and U.S. Highway 71 on the west, I-470 on the south, and the west boundary of the Mooreland/Hillcrest Heights subdivision on the east. (6817-URD-15)

Legislation History
DateMinutesDescription
9/24/1996

Prepare to Introduce

9/24/1996

Referred Planning, Zoning & Economic Development Committee

10/16/1996

Do Pass as a Committee Substitute

10/17/1996

Assigned to Third Read Calendar

10/24/1996

Passed as Substituted


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COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE FOR ORDINANCE NO. 961235

 

Approving an amendment to a previously approved development plan in District URD (Urban Redevelopment District) on approximately a 325 acre tract of land generally bounded by Bannister Road on the north, I-435 and U.S. Highway 71 on the west, I-470 on the south, and the west boundary of the Mooreland/Hillcrest Heights subdivision on the east. (6817-URD-15)

 

BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF KANSAS CITY:

 

Section A. That an amendment to a previously approved development plan in District URD (Urban Redevelopment District) on approximately a 325 acre tract of land generally bounded by Bannister Road on the north, I-435 and U.S. Highway 71 on the west, I-470 on the south, and the west boundary of the Mooreland/Hillcrest Heights subdivision on the east, and more specifically described as follows:

 

All or part of the following subdivisions: "BANNISTER SQUARE BUSINESS CENTER REPLAT", "MARION INDUSTRIAL PARK", "MARION INDUSTRIAL PARK 2ND PLAT", "KEMBLE ACRES", "HICKMAN BUSINESS CENTER", "KRAMER INDUSTRIAL PARK", "BANNISTER STOR-ALL", "A & A ACRES", "KING'S ROSE HILL SUBDIVISION", "HOLMES PARK", "REPLAT OF HOLMES PARK", "SHOWBIZ PIZZA PLACE", AND "RESURVEY OF PARCELS 2 AND 3 VENTURE CENTER", all subdivisions according to the recorded plats thereof, including the following streets, drives, avenues, highways, and alleys; Marion Park Drive, 103rd Street, Hickman Mills Drive, Interstate 470, U.S. Highway No. 71, Interstate 435, Woodfield Drive, Cypress Avenue, 95th Street Terrace, 96th Street, King's Highway, Elmwood Avenue, and the alleys in Blocks 1 and 3, Holmes Park, as said streets, drives, avenues, highways, and alleys are now established and the right of way of the Burlington Northern Railroad (formerly the St. Louis and San Francisco Railroad), together with other lands situated in Section 26, Township 48, Range 33, and in Section 35, Township 48, Range 33, all in Kansas City, Jackson County, Missouri, and lying generally south of Bannister Road; north of Interstate 470 and easterly of U.S. Highway No. 71.

 

The boundary of the redevelopment area is more specifically described as beginning at the northeast corner of Lot 1, "BANNISTER SQUARE BUSINESS CENTER REPLAT"; thence south along the east line of said Lot 1 and along the east line of Lot 3 in said "BANNISTER SQUARE BUSINESS CENTER REPLAT", a distance of 439 feet; thence in a southerly and southwesterly direction along the east line of said Lot 3 and along a curve to the right, tangent to the last described course and having a radius of 300.00 feet, an arc distance of 176 feet to the southeast corner of said Lot 3, said corner also being on the north line of the Southwest 1/4 of the Southeast 1/4 of Section 26, Township 48, Range 33; thence east 120 feet to the northeast corner of said 1/4 1/4 Section; thence south along the east line of said 1/4 1/4 Section and along the east line of the West 1/2 of the Northeast 1/4 of Section 35, Township 48, Range 33 and along the southerly prolongation thereof, a distance of 3991 feet to a point on the south right of way line of 103rd Street, as now established; thence east along said south right of way line, a distance of 491 feet, more or less, to the northwest corner of "SLEEPY HOLLOW", a subdivision in said city, county and state; thence the following courses along the westerly boundary lines of said "SLEEPY HOLLOW" subdivision; south 844 feet, east 200 feet, south 390 feet, southwesterly 91 feet, west 572 feet, south 30 feet, west 141 feet to a point on the easterly right of way line of Hickman Mills Drive, as now established; thence southeasterly 461 feet to the southwest corner of said "SLEEPY HOLLOWS" subdivision; thence westerly, departing from said subdivision boundary along the northerly right of way line of Interstate Route 470, as now established; 100 feet, more or less, to a point on the westerly right of way line of said Hickman Mills Drive, said point also being opposite and 209 feet northerly of Station 47+85 of the right of way base line of the eastbound lanes of said Interstate 470, as now established; thence westerly along the last said right of way line, 440 feet, more or less, to a point on the westerly right of way line of the Burlington Northern Railroad that is opposite and 30 feet northerly of Station 43+55 of said right of way base line; thence northwesterly 795 feet, more or less, to a point opposite and 50 feet northeasterly of Station 35+51.26 of said right of way base line; thence northwesterly, parallel with said right of way base line, a distance of 818 feet; thence in a northwesterly direction along a curve to the left, tangent to the last described course having a radius of 1483 feet, an arc distance of 355 feet; thence in a northwesterly and northerly direction along a curve to the right having a radius of 1637 feet, an arc distance of 1500 feet, more or less, to the intersection of the westerly right of way line of said Hickman Mills Drive and the prolongation of the easterly right of way line of Interstate 435, as now established; thence North 60 West, a distance of 245 feet; thence North 2330' West, a distance of 660 feet; thence North 35 West, a distance of 165 feet, more or less, to a point on the southerly prolongation of the easterly right of way line of U.S. Highway No. 71, as now established; thence northerly along said prolongation and along the last said right of way line, a distance of 720 feet to a jog in said right of way line; thence west along said jog, a distance of 23 feet; thence northerly along the last said right of way line, a distance of 1420 feet to an angle point; thence northerly along said right of way line, a distance of 140 feet to an angle point; thence northerly along said right of way line, a distance of 52 feet; thence northerly along the last said right of way line, a distance of 270 feet to an angle point on the southerly right of way line of Woodfield Drive, as now established; thence westerly along a jog in said easterly right of way line, along a curve to the left having a radius of 180.00 feet, an arc distance of 46 feet; thence northerly along said right of way line, a distance of 50 feet to an angle point in said easterly right of way line that is opposite and 143 feet east of Station 404+09 of the right of way base line of said U.S. Highway No. 71; thence north along said right of way line, a distance of 695 feet to an angle point therein that is opposite and 293 feet east of Station 410+95 of said right of way base line; thence westerly along said right of way line, a distance of 49 feet to an angle point therein that is opposite and 248 feet east of Station 411+16 of said right of way base line; thence northerly along said right of way line, a distance of 80 feet to a point on the southerly right of way line of Bannister Road; thence northeasterly along last said right of way line, a distance of 135 feet; thence southeasterly along said southerly right of way line, a distance of 140 feet; thence northeasterly along said right of way line and along the prolongation thereof, a distance of 180 feet to the point of intersection of the south right of way line of Bannister Road and the northeasterly right of way line of the Burlington Northern Railroad; thence easterly along said south right of way line, a distance of 80 feet; thence northeasterly along said south right of way line, a distance of 45 feet; thence easterly along said south right of way line, a distance of 400 feet; thence easterly, a distance of 80 feet to a point on the east right of way line of Hickman Mills Drive extension, as now established; thence south along the last said right of way line, a distance of 580 feet; thence southwesterly along the last said right of way line, a distance of 87 feet to a point on the west line of Lot 2, "SHOWBIZ PIZZA PLACE", a subdivision in said city, county, and state; thence south along the last said west line, a distance of 130 feet to the southwest corner of the last said Lot 2, said point also being the northwest corner of Parcel 2, "RESURVEY OF PARCELS 2 AND 3, VENTURE CENTER"; thence east along the north line of said Parcel 2; a distance of 1125 feet to the northeast corner thereof; thence easterly, a distance of 545 feet to the northerlymost corner of Lot 6, "BANNISTER SQUARE BUSINESS CENTER REPLAT", a subdivision in said city, county, and state; thence southeasterly 166 feet to an angle point in the north line of Lot 4 in the last said subdivision; thence east along the north lines of Lots 4 and 2 in the last said subdivision, a distance of 440 feet to a point on the west line of Lot 1 in the last said subdivision; thence north 180 feet to the northwest corner of the last said Lot 1; thence east, a distance of 267 feet to the point of beginning, except that part thereof in public thoroughfares.

 

is hereby approved, subject to the following conditions:

 

1. That the developer cause the area to be platted and processed in accordance with Chapter 66, Code of Ordinances of the City of Kansas City, Missouri, as amended,

commonly known as the Subdivision Regulations, or that the platted lots be combined

as required by the Department of Public Works.

 

2. That the developer submit a preliminary storm drainage study to the City Engineer for approval for the entire redevelopment area with the first plat, with final storm

drainage studies to be submitted for each project area as development occurs, and that

improvements be made by the developer as required by the City Engineer.

 

3. That the developer submit plans for grading and siltation and erosion control to the City Engineer's Office prior to the commencement of any construction.

 

4. That the developer obtain a land disturbance permit from the Missouri Department of Natural Resources.

 

5. That the developer obtain a permit from the Missouri Highway and Transportation Department prior to any construction within State right of way.

 

6. That the developer dedicate additional right of way as required so as to provide 80 feet of right of way as measured from the centerline of Hickman Mills Drive.

 

7. That the developer dedicate additional right of way as required so as to provide 60 feet of right of way as measured from the centerline of 103rd Street (relocated).

 

8. That the developer improve Hickman Mills Drive from Bannister Road to I-470 to secondary arterial street standards, including widening to four lanes and providing

turn lanes as required by the City Engineer's Office, at the time that platting of the

frontage along Hickman Mills Drive occurs.

 

9. That the developer construct the intersection of the new driveway and Elmwood Avenue with a design that meets City approval.

 

10. That the developer reconstruct the intersection of 103rd Street, Hickman Mills Drive, and Marion Park Drive to facilitate movement of traffic between Marion Park Drive

and Hickman Mills Drive in accordance with the alignment shown on the development

plan. If necessary, Hickman Mills Drive and Marion Park Drive shall be widened to

provide turn lanes. This construction shall occur at such time that the analysis of

traffic operating conditions dictates the need for the improvement, as determined by

the Director of the Department of Public Works and the developer.

 

11. That the developer improve relocated 103rd Street to collector street standards.

 

12. That the developer construct north and southbound left turn lanes on Hillcrest Road at 103rd Street, widen the westbound approach, and signalize the intersection. These

improvements shall be made in conjunction with Project 1, as shown on the

development plan.

 

13. That the developer contribute to the I-470/I-435 Corridor Study Improvement Fund at time of platting, or if in a later phase of platted area, before building permit;

provided that no contribution shall be due until the commencement of Project 2, as

shown on the development plan. Rates of contribution shall be as follows: $0.65 per

square foot for corporate office space; $0.50 per square foot for research and

development laboratory space; $0.70 for warehouse space; and $13.50 per storage

unit or $0.12 per square foot of total storage unit space, whichever is less.

 

The developer will receive credit for the above contribution attributable to

construction of off-site improvements for:

 

(a) widening of Bannister Road from Elmwood Avenue east to the right turn

widening in front of the Venture store as required; and

 

(b) improving the intersection of 103rd Street and Hillcrest Road as required by

Condition 12.

 

The remaining contribution by developer will be used towards the cost of the

following improvements:

 

(a) widening the approaches of Red Bridge Road at Hillcrest Road to provide

two through lanes and left turn lanes for Red Bridge Road;

 

(b) widening the approaches of Hillcrest Road to provide left turn lanes and a

southbound right turn lane; and

 

(c) conversion of temporary signals at Hillcrest Road and Red Bridge Road to a

permanent signal system.

 

14. That the developer contribute to the I-470/I-435 Corridor Study Improvement Fund for any building constructed on Lots 1, 6 and 7, Bannister Square Business Center

Replat, based on a rate of $13.50 per storage unit or $0.12 per square foot of total

storage unit space, whichever amount is less, prior to the issuance of a building permit

for said Lots 1, 6 or 7.

 

15. That the developer obtain a floodplain certificate for any work performed within the floodplain.

 

16. That the developer provide for fire protection as required by the Fire Department.

 

17. That the developer construct all-weather roads before construction beyond the footings and foundations.

 

18. That the developer submit site plans for approval which incorporate the following landscaping, signage, lighting and urban design recommendations:

 

(a) Vehicular entries into the area, driveways, and any proposed medians shall be

landscaped along their entire length. Landscaping should include trees, shrubs

which would grow to a solid mass within three to five years, and flower

massing;

 

(b) Street trees shall be planted on both sides of Hickman Mills Drive and 103rd

Street, 40 to 50 feet on center;

 

(c) Along the street frontage of all surface parking lots, the developer shall

provide a landscape screen using raised planters, berming, or decorative

flower screens;

 

(d) Within all surface parking lots, one shade tree shall be provided for every ten

parking spaces;

 

(e) Surface parking lots adjacent to property lines abutting residentially zoned

areas shall be screened by a solid wood fence of adequate height to prevent

infiltration of noise and headlights into the residential properties;

 

(f) The design of the parking structure shall include materials that complement

the surrounding architecture. Architectural treatment shall be used to screen

views of vehicles from the streets and residential areas;

 

(g) Parking garages located adjacent to residential areas shall be screened by

appropriate landscaping materials, including fast growing deciduous trees,

evergreen trees, shrubs, and other types of hedging;

 

(h) All site lighting shall be directed away from neighboring residential areas;

 

(i) Internal vehicular connections between the warehouse/office buildings shall

be provided where possible so that vehicles making short trips between

buildings do not have to use the streets;

 

(j) Loading docks shall be located at the interior of the project if possible, or else

shall be screened from the street, residential areas, or U.S. 71 Highway;

 

(k) Dumpsters and trash containers shall be located at the interior of the site and

not be visible from interior streets, residential areas, or U.S. 71 Highway;

 

(l) Extensive landscaping shall be provided around building perimeters. For

visual interests, landscaping should include flowering trees such as redbuds

and hawthorns, as well as evergreen trees or shrub massings where

appropriate. Landscaping shall be dense so as to hide foundations of the

buildings within three to five years;

 

(m) All landscaping shall be adequately irrigated and maintained. The developer

shall replace any trees, shrubs, or plants if there is evidence of insects, disease,

and/or damage;

 

(n) Open space shall be provided throughout the development and interconnect

each of the proposed buildings. Open space may be in the form of greenways,

sidewalks, and pathways which would link the entire development;

 

(o) A consistent theme for signage shall be developed, creating unity to the

campus atmosphere of the development;

 

(p) Only monument, not pole signage, shall be utilized. Monument signage shall

be limited to 4.5 feet in height and shall be setback ten feet from the right of

way line.

 

(q) Sign materials shall be durable and long lasting and shall complement colors

and materials of the buildings;

 

(r) Flashing, blinking, or moving signs shall not be permitted;

 

(s) Area around monument signage shall be landscaped with shrubbery, ground

covers, or seasonal flowering plants, complementing the overall landscaping

of the project;

 

(t) Sidewalks shall be provided along all arterials and internal streets to link the

proposed buildings; and

 

(u) Sidewalks shall be provided within parking lots to provide pedestrian safety

and circulation, and shall further link the parking lots with buildings.

 

19. That the developer extend water mains as required by the Water Services Department.

 

20. That the developer extend sanitary sewers as required by the Department of Public Works.

 

A copy of said amendment is on file in the office of the City Clerk under Document No. 961235, which is attached hereto and made a part hereof.

 

Section B. That the Council finds and declares that before taking any action on the proposed amendment hereinabove, all public notices and hearings required by the Zoning Ordinance have been given and had.

 

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I hereby certify that as required by Chapter 80, Code of Ordinances, the foregoing ordinance was duly advertised and public hearings were held.

 

 

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Secretary, City Plan Commission

 

 

Approved as to form and legality:

 

 

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Assistant City Attorney