Town Square Residential Development
The meeting will take place in the Southlake Town Hall Council Chamber, with additional overflow seating provided.
Developer Cooper and Company has submitted an application for a proposed multi-family residential project in Town Square located on approximately 7.3 acres of land located just off of N. Carroll Avenue south of Southlake’s DPS Headquarters. The application includes a concept plan amendment, a request to rezone Block 11 and a request to amend the DT zoning district.
Below is additional information on the proposed development including the submitted application materials, a video link to a Community Open House meeting held on November 4, 2019, and to the presentations made by the developer and City staff at that meeting.
Please note: Changes to plans or submission materials may occur during the staff review process. You are encouraged to follow the applications through the process because changes are often made to initially submitted plans and/or materials.
|1-25-2020 ZA20-001 Proposed Amendment to the Zoning Ordinance||Applicant's Downtown Residences Zoning Narrative|
|1-25-2020 ZA20-002 Zoning Change and Development Plan for the Downtown Residences|
Applications - Narratives, Letters and Plans
|Traffic Impact Analysis (TIA)|
|11/4/2019 Community Open House Town Square Residential Meeting|
|11/4/2019 Cooper & Company Downtown Residences Presentation|
|11/4/2019 City Staff Presentation|
There is a step by step submittal process. First, there will be a Southlake Program for the Involvement of Neighborhoods (SPIN) meeting, where the developer will present the proposal. There is no formal action taken at this meeting – it is for information sharing between a developer/applicant and the public. The SPIN meeting is scheduled for January 28, 2020, at 6:00 p.m. in the Town Hall Council Chambers.
The next step would be for the proposal to be formally considered by the Planning & Zoning Commission, during which a public hearing will be held. Once the P&Z makes its Council recommendation, it will then move forward to the City Council for consideration.
City Council will then consider the case in public meetings where the public will be given the opportunity to provide input and comments. All meetings will be advertised in various ways, including newspaper notices, agenda postings, and social media announcements.
All meetings will also be available on the City’s video-on-demand page.