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4800 Fournace Place – Tentative – Planning and Zoning Meeting – October 10, 2019

https://www.bellairecivicclub.com/4800-fournace-place-tentative-planning-and-zoning-meeting-october-10-2019/

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The consideration for the Bellaire Place’s six applications is tentatively scheduled for Thursday, October 10, 2019 at 6 PM.

 

An environmental report and presentation on the property is also tentatively scheduled to take place at the same meeting.

 

 

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Multifamily portion nixed.

 

https://communityimpact.com/houston/bellaire-meyerland-west-university/city-county/2019/10/22/vote-on-chevron-property-delayed/

 

Chevron campus at an Oct. 17 Planning and Zoning Commission workshop.



The plans reduced the maximum height from the previously requested 85 feet to 65 feet and removed the proposed multifamily development on the western side of the property.

 

Updated plans for the eastern portion of the property could include a hotel rising up to 84 feet, which would also require P&Z approval, but SLS does not yet own that land, SLS owner Danny Sheehan said.

 

The majority of the property plans show the space being used for retail, restaurants, office space and parking garages, according to the the revised master plan.

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18 hours ago, DNAguy said:

 

Just make one large surface parking lot.

 

No shade to worry about and no basket of deplorable renters.

 

 

I would be pretty funny if the residents of Bellaire killed this only for the buildings to stay abandoned and become filled with squatters and other vagrants. 

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https://communityimpact.com/houston/bellaire-meyerland-west-university/development/2020/02/17/work-on-new-zoning-district-for-former-chevron-property-inches-forward/

 

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The City of Bellaire is making progress toward potentially creating a new zoning district at the former Chevron campus, at 4800 and 4900 Fournace Place.

The Bellaire Planning & Zoning Commission approved a scope of work on Feb. 13 for professional services to assist in drafting amendments to the city’s planning and zoning regulations to create a new North Bellaire Special Development District.

 

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Wulfe & Co. put up a For Sale/For Lease sign.

 

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http://www.wulfe.com/view_property.asp?id=1070#

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2.552 acres (111,172 sq. ft.). Frontage: 317’ on West Loop. Frontage: 350’ on Fournace Place. Within 2 miles of Galleria/Uptown Houston and Meyerland Plaza business and retail centers. Inside Bellaire City Limits. New Fournace exit from Southbound Loop 610 recently opened.

 

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Bellaire City Council members want developer to tweak parking garage plans at former Chevron property

https://communityimpact.com/houston/bellaire-meyerland-west-university/development/2020/07/21/bellaire-city-council-members-want-developer-to-tweak-parking-garage-plans-at-former-chevron-property/

 

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Bellaire City Council has tasked city staff with asking the developer of the former Chevron property at 4800 Fournace Place to accommodate resident concerns about how much shade a proposed parking garage might put on adjacent homes.

The council came to the consensus during its July 20 meeting after Council Member Catherine Lewis raised the concerns in a presentation she made, citing data from a shadow calculator tool, as well as a study titled “Scientific Analysis of Shadow from Parking Garage at 4800 Fournace Place,” with a preliminary review of the study from a Houston-based architectural firm.

The study concluded the planned parking garage will cast a shadow on properties located along Mayfair Street, adjacent to the former Chevron property. As the design stands, the garage would have a negative impact on the use of the properties and possibly cause a serious reduction in value, wrote Randhir Sahni, a principal with the architectural firm, Llewelyn-Davies Sahni II LLC.

“I believe these adverse effects could be avoided by modifications to the design of the ‘mass and configuration’ of the garage,” Sahni wrote in a letter he submitted to the council.

 

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