Boundary adjustment, development plan recommended for Lindbergh properties


By Lucas Irizarry, Staff Reporter

The Sunset Hills Planning and Zoning Commission approved boundary adjustments and a development plan for 3850, 3870 and 3872 S. Lindbergh Blvd., Aug. 3.

The site is 5.35 acres and was built in 2005. Currently it features three lots,  but the new project would change that to two. Since lots are being rearranged, the plan is subject to amended development plan procedures under city code. The site features a Vantage Credit Union and other offices and small businesses. 

City Planner Lynn Sprick said there are six variances that would need to be approved by the Board of Adjustment before this plan could be finalized. These include landscaping, parking requirements and upgraded fencing, including a  6-foot site proof fence between the property and residential property to the east. 

“This development was approved and constructed in 2005. It can be assumed that all zoning requirements were met at that time. Since then, the development has been well maintained,” a staff report stated.

Engineer George Stock, representing the petitioner, explained that property lines run through buildings on site, so the request is meant to fix that issue.

The board voted to approve the boundary adjustment plat and recommended approval of the amended development to the Board of Aldermen, with the condition that all variances are approved.