The three proposed use permits (collectively “Project”) will all be on four separate but adjoining parcels consisting of approximately 4.48 acres located within the previously approved subdivision for the Harter Marketplace Shopping Center. The properties are essentially a commercial island with streets on all four sides. The three proposed uses are:
Use Permit 22-04: ARCO AM/PM market with fueling station and an associated carwash on an adjoining parcel. The AM/PM Market will be a 5,220 square foot single story retail store along with an eight dispenser, 16-vehicle fueling facility under a 6,000 square foot overhead canopy on a 1.36-acre parcel. Accompanying the convenience store and fueling station on an adjoining 0.70-acre parcel will be a 3,600 square foot car wash with 12 self-serve vacuum stations. Proposed hours of operation are 24 hours per day, seven days a week.
Use Permit 22-05: The proposed Raising Canes Chicken Fingers Restaurant will be located on a 1.64-acre parcel and will consist of a 2,691 square foot restaurant with an attached a 1,291 square foot outdoor covered patio, with seating for 60 people (16 indoor, 44 outdoor). The drive-up facility will consist of a dual aisle drive-through which will provide queuing for 23 vehicles. The drive-through will consist of double drive-through aisles utilizing a 1,344 square foot double wide vehicle drive-through canopy for food ordering and a 44 square foot canopy over the pay/pick-up window. There will be 36 parking spaces provided. Proposed hours of operation will be from 9:30 am to 3:30 am, seven days per week.
Use Permit 22-06: Dutch Bros Coffee will be located on a 0.75 acre-parcel. It will consist of a 950 square foot building with a single drive-up window served by dual queuing lanes that will accommodate 20 vehicles, as well as a walk-up pedestrian window. There will also be a 336 square foot outdoor seating area. Proposed hours of operation are 24 hours per day, seven days a week.
Access into the proposed uses will be two ingress/egresses off of Harter Parkway and three ingress/egresses from Harter Marketplace Way. Internally all of the proposed uses will be connected via internal access driveways. Reciprocal parking will be allowed between all uses. The landscaping and parking lot lighting will be a unified design. All of the proposed uses will be provided with full City services.