The Grove City Planning Commission held a virtual meeting Tuesday, May 4 to review eight items on the agenda: one Lot Split, one Plat, one Certificate of Appropriateness, two Use Approvals, one Rezoning, one Final Development Plan and one Preliminary Development Plan.
Planning Commission approved the Lot Split.
The Quarry at Pinnacle was a Lot Split application to split 51.368 acres from a 72.233-acre tract of land on White Road.
Planning Commission recommended approval of five items to City Council.
The Cottages at Brown’s Farm (Phase 2) was a Plat application to establish 58 single-family condominium lots and four reserve areas on 16.812 acres.
3173 Columbus Street Rear Addition was a Certificate of Appropriateness application to allow for a rear addition to the home at 3173 Columbus Street, located within the Historical Preservation Area.
Verizon Cell Tower was a Use Approval application to allow for a cell tower/stadium light pole replacement project, located on the east side of the Central Crossing High School football stadium.
1804 Properties was a Final Development Plan application to allow for the development of a one-story office building to accommodate three medical/dental tenants.
Huggett/Pulte PUD-R was a Preliminary Development Plan application to allow for the development of a residential subdivision consisting of single-family and patio homes on approximately 145 acres, north of London-Groveport Road and east of Jackson Pike.
Planning Commission did not recommend approval to City Council regarding two items. The items will move forward to City Council for final consideration.
Tattoo 62 was a Use Approval application to allow for operation of a tattoo and piercing shop at 3540 Broadway, located within the Broadway Center shopping plaza.
2102 Edwards Road was a Rezoning application to rezone 1.08 acres at 2102 Edwards Road from C-1 (Commercial) to SF-2 (Single-Family Residential).
For more information, or to learn about additional development projects in the community, visit the Ongoing Development page or contact the Development Department at 614-277-3004.