Zone change request for multi-family

       A zone change has been requested to allow attached multi-family homes on a vacant 5-acre property at the northwest corner of 21st Street and Lower Gold Camp Road
       The request is by Springs Engineering on behalf of Vodka Valley, LLC
       The current zone is planned unit development (PUD); the new zone would be PUD Multi-family Attached, 45-foot maximum building height, 26 dwelling units per acre. The applicant is also requesting city approval of a development plan for what is being called “Bear Creek Crossing.”
       The request will need eventual City Planning Commission and City Council approval.
       Citizen comments are being taken on the proposal by Colorado Springs Planning. For more information, call city planner Heather Rose at 385-5377 or e-mail hrose@springsgov.com by Friday, May 18.
       At the northeast corner of the intersection, Gold Hill Mesa also plans multifamily homes, but is not yet ready to submit a plan for that area, according to developer Bob Willard.

From a City Planning report