Hunter Mill Land Use Committee


Hunter Mill Land Use Committee

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The HMDLUC meets at the North County Governmental Center, 1801 Cameron Glen Drive, Reston

The Hunter Mill District Land Use Committee will meet on Tuesday, December 20, 2016 at 7:30 pm at the North County Governmental Center Community Room – 1801 Cameron Glen Drive, Reston.  Three items are on the agenda:

A Scimores Academy, LLC (The Floris Conservatory for Fine Arts) has filed a Rezoning (RZ2016-HM-010) to rezone from R1 to R2, concurrent with Category 3 Special Exception (SE2016-HM-007) for 2625/2633 Centreville Road and 2703/2705 West Ox Road, Herndon [Tax Map 25-1 ((1)) Parcels 16, 21, and 20,927 square feet of Tax Map 25-1 ((1)) Parcel 19.]  The Applicant is proposing a fine arts private school of special education (the “Conservatory”) for youth from age four (4) through eighteen (18) along with ancillary historic resource and open space.

Woodland Park Parcel I, LP and NVR, Inc.  has filed Proffer Condition Amendment (PCA 2000-HM-044-02), Conceptual Development Plan Amendment (CDPA 2000-HM-044) and Final Development Plan Amendment (FDPA 2000-HM-044-02, concurrent with PCA 2003-HM-046-03, CDPA 2003-HM-046 and FDPA 2003-HM-046, for the vacant property at 2355 Corporate Oak Drive and 2295 Woodland Point Avenue in Herndon, near Woodland Park Crossing [Tax Map 16-4 ((1)) 45 part and 46 part], (portion undeveloped) to a transit-related residential mixed use community.

CARS – DB1, LLC (“CARS”) and 1587 Springhill Holdings, Inc. (“Sunburst”) have revised their earlier rezoning applications RZ 2011-HM-012, RZ 2011-HM-013 and RZ 2011-HM-027.  The applications affect property in Tysons located south of Route 7 on both sides of Spring Hill Road and together total approximately 24 acres. The properties are located at 1580, 1586, and 1592 Spring Hill Road [Tax Map 29-3 ((1)) Parcels 2C1, 2C2, 2D, 3, and part 5], and also located at 8525 Leesburg Pike [Tax Map 29-3 ((1)) 3B and part 5].  The Cars application proposes a transit-oriented mix-use development including office, hotel, multi-family residential and retail.  The RZ 2011-HM-012 application, which is located on the west side of Spring Hill Road, has been amended to provide an option for an athletic field.  A Final Development Plan for the athletic field is also under review.  The Sunburst application provides for a mix of high rise residential and office uses.  In combination, the applications also provide for a Dominion Power electric substation site. 

For additional information, contact Goldie Harrison, at 703-478-0283.

  

 

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(Committee meets when necessary for review of current land use proposals.)


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