COLUMBIA, Mo. (KMIZ)
The Columbia Organizing and Zoning Fee will meet up with Thursday at 7:00 p.m. to talk about the likely for a new six-story resort around the corner of Cherry Road and Hitt Street.
In January of 2020, the fee voted 6-1 to approve the probable new resort called the Cherry Road Lodge. The lodge would sit at 1005 Cherry Road just north of the Hitt Avenue Garage. Commissioner Michael MacMann was the only dissenting vote.
The fee advised the website for approval. Prior to currently being heard by the Metropolis Council, the applicant withdrew the ask for.
Crockett Engineering introduced the replat on behalf of Cherry Street Resort LLC. The vote replats ton 158 and 65 feet of great deal 159. The making that was previously on that land parcel was demolished in 2020.
At the acceptance listening to, it was unclear where by parking for the proposed resort will be situated.
The replatting of two a lot for the lodge is expected “to bestow lawful large amount status in progress of long run web-site redevelopment,” the employees report explained.
In 2019, fears were being expressed about the provision of parking for a lodge. There are no parking specifications for commercial takes advantage of in just the M-DT (Blended Use-Downtown) which the hotel would be regarded.
Crockett Engineering has indicated that they are pursing options for parking and are functioning with the City’s Parking Utility and Law Office on a parking settlement.
Ahead of the meeting Thursday, MacMann explained until there is a parking system in place for the lodge, he can not see how he would vote in favor of it.
He said a 6-story construction will have about 150 to 200 rooms. “That is a large amount of parking spaces that would be essential when Hitt Avenue is by now limited on parking,” said MacMann.
MacMann claimed when the commission reviewed the hotel in January 2020, the plan was for parking in the Cherry Road Garage. He mentioned the garage is generally complete and there would be no added spaces to lease them.
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