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50 Moffett Street
Update: February 15, 2022
The Mt. Lebanon Planning Board denied the request for preliminary approval. Read the decision here.
Read the engineer's report here.
Update: January 20, 2022
The Planning Board reviewed the latest submission from Craft Development for the 50 Moffett Street project at their January 18 meeting. The Planning Board received a number of public comments and letters at their December 21 and January 18 meetings. The Board wanted to take additional time to review the submitted materials, letters, and comments before voting on the project. The Board requested any additional information for consideration be submitted in writing to Municipal Planner Ian McMeans (to firstname.lastname@example.org) by Tuesday, January 25 at 4 p.m. to give the Board time to review them in advance of their February meeting. The next Planning Board meeting is scheduled for February 15 at 7pm. Due to the ongoing pandemic, some municipal meetings in 2022 may be conducted virtually. Please check the agendas on the municipal website to see how the meeting will be conducted.
See the slide deck (large file) presented by the developers.
Update: January 13, 2022
Craft Pittsburgh USA, Inc has an equitable interest in the property located at 50 Moffett Street and is requesting preliminary approval of a land development plan to construct nine townhouse units consisting of 41 townhouse dwellings on the site. The property is zoned as R-3 Residential. Section 204.2 of Chapter XX, Zoning, of the Mt Lebanon Code identifies “Townhouses” as a Use By Right in the R-3 Single-family residential zoning district. The developer is proposing a condominium-style of ownership with an HOA/Condo Association that owns and maintains all of the common areas of the site, including the shared driveway and stormwater infrastructure.
See the slide deck (large file) given to the Mt. Lebanon Planning board on December 21, 2021.
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View the October 19, 2021 Planning Board meeting.
View the December 21, 2021 Planning Board meeting.
View the January 18, 2022 Planning Board meeting.
View the February 18, 2022 Planning Board meeting.
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||Outcome to Move Forward
|Pre-Development Conference (Land Use Group)||Available Wednesday Mornings for any interested developers||Informal Discussion of project with municipal staff to cover zoning issues, development timelines, and engineering||Prior to formal submission of Land Development Plan contact Municipal Planner Ian McMeans email@example.com to attend Land Use Group Meeting
|Preliminary Approval||Application Deadline 4 weeks in advance of Planning Board Meeting
||Planning Board Grants Preliminary Approval
||Planning Board meets 3rd Tuesday of each month. Meetings are open to the public.
|| Denied at the 2-15-2022 meeting
|Recommendation for Final Approval||Application Deadline 3 weeks in advance of Planning Board Meeting
||Planning Board recommends Final Approval
||After Preliminary Approval - Planning Board meets 3rd Tuesday of each month. Meetings are open to the public.
|Final Approval and Approval of Development Agreement||Application Deadline 12 days in advance of Commission Meeting
||Commission grants Final Approval
||After Recommendation from Planning Board - Commission meets 2nd & 4th Tuesday of each month. Commission meetings are open to the public.
|Posting of financial securities||Within 30 Days of Commission Approval
||Applicant Submits Bond & Letter of Credit to Municipality
||After Commission approval
|Application for Building Permit||After Commission Approval
||Applicant Submits construction documents to Inspections Office
||After Commission approval
|Project Permits||Once submitted plans meet building standards
||Issuance of building permit, grading permit, etc
|Construction||After Building Permit issued
||Completion of construction according to approved plans
||By state law, building permits are valid for 5 years
|Project Completion||After Construction
||Municipality conducts final inspection and Commission issues release of financial securities