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Providence Pointe Fitness Center & CafĂŠ

Chris Lee | Ruben Muniz | Derek Silverthorn


Overview


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Located 10303 NW 62nd Ave 2.3 Acres / 100,247 sq. ft. Currently zoned as Planned Unit Development Comprehensive Plan future land use map indicates this parcel as Neighborhood Mixed Use • Neighboring to fire station, churches, single-family residential, multi-family residential, park, future planned school, future planned residential development


Demographics


Why a Fitness Center and Café • Current and future development around Providence Pointe demands easily accessible commercial amenities such as this • Proposed mixed-use coincides with future land use map indicated by Comprehensive Plan • Café may serve as a gathering venue for nearby residents • Amenities such as this can boost property values • Fitness-oriented amenities boost quality of life • This development will add authentic character to the area, attracting further development and investment


Future Improvements


Proposed Drainage • Slight downward grade from E to W boundary • Collector swale along W boundary berm to transport storm water to gully at S boundary

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Proposed Parking • ~30,780 sq. ft. • 85 standard parking stalls and 4 handicap parking stalls included • 9’6” wide x 18’ deep parking stalls • 24’ aisles • Access from NW 103rd, directly across from fire station access • Location of lot behind structure will provide for better visual presentation of the structure from road • Possible variance application to reduce amount of parking stalls required


Proposed Structure • ~16,280 sq. ft. • The size is fairly comparable to State Gym and Ames Racquet & Fitness, although slightly smaller • Mixed Use will result in more users • Café and fitness center is a sound combination of commercial uses, provided that the café serves a healthier-oriented menu • Face of building adjacent to road to improve visual access and appeal • Architectural elements will conform to the architectural styles of neighboring structures, providing a unified but unique development


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14 Evergreen Trees 7 Overstory Trees 14 Understory Trees 56 Shrubs 20 Landscaping Trees 2 parking lot lights meet minimum requirement per square footage, and won’t distress neighbors • Multiple dumpsters located at N end of parking lot • Aesthetic signage at corner of NW 62nd Ave and NW 103rd St promotes authenticity and publicity • Looped sidewalk promotes outdoor recreational walking


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