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Philip S. Miller Library
You are invited to attend, either in-person or virtually, a neighborhood meeting regarding a proposed Planned Development Plan Amendment for property. The purpose of the meeting is to obtain feedback on the current proposal. In addition, the process and timeline for the project will be discussed. This meeting is the first of at least three neighborhood meetings required prior to scheduling any public hearings.
The Aspen at Castle Rock is a proposed 4.89-acre site, also known as The Lanterns. The site is generally located at the intersection of Madge Way & E. Montaine Circle.
The tract is currently zoned as the Lanterns PDP Section 16 and is surrounded by the Montaine Master Plan Community.
The proposed project seeks to re-zone the tract for three assisted living multi-unit buildings. Each building would be home to 21-25 residents in 21-23 units. The buildings are single level and low-profile design. The architecture would be similar to The Aspen at Woodland Park, an assisted living residence built in 2018 (www.theaspen.life). The Aspen at Woodland Park, Colorado community is adjacent to a single family detached residential neighborhood on 3/4 acre lots.
The original zoning for this site allows a church. The proposed rezoning for assisted living use would have a low traffic impact. The proposed use would complement the 55+ active-adult master-planned community concept of Montaine Regency. Most residents will not have a car or drive so traffic will be generated primarily from staff, families, and service providers. Peak staffing will be during the day and there will be approximately six staff members per residence (18 staff for three buildings/residences).
The site will be landscaped to include outdoor spaces and walking paths for the residents.
A presentation will be made by the applicant describing the re-zone and conceptual site plan. This will be followed by an opportunity for questions and answers from both in-person and virtual audiences.
How to Participate:
Neighborhood Meeting Instructions for Monday, Oct. 17th at 6:00 p.m. MDT
To Attend In-person:Come to:Philip S. Miller Library100 S. Wilcox St.Castle Rock, CO 80104James H. LaRue Meeting Room
To Attend Virtually (via Zoom):Log on: https://zoom.us/joinWebinar ID: 889 1127 7816Passcode: 460050
To Call In:Phone Number: 719-359-4580ID: 889 1127 7816Passcode: 460050
Information for Those Attending Virtually:
If you have any problems accessing the meeting at the appointed time, please contact Ron Weitner firstname.lastname@example.org for technical assistance.
Comments or questions regarding the proposed project may be directed as follows:
Applicant Representative: Justin BallardLC Construction15255 Sierra Pines Ln.Larkspur, CO email@example.com
Applicant:Elements of Living Real Estate, LLCRon Weitner859firstname.lastname@example.org
Town Planner:Dena Paulin, Planner IITown of Castle Rock 100 N. Wilcox Street Castle Rock, CO 80104720-733-3513dpaulin@@CRgov.com
Advance of Submittal Questions:
In addition, you may provide, in advance, any written feedback you would like addressed during the meeting to either the Applicant / Owner’s Representative or Town of Castle Rock contact.
The Town will continue to accept feedback at any time during the review process. As a reminder, at least one additional neighborhood meeting will be held prior to public hearings before the Planning Commission and Town Council.
Posted to website: Sept. 29, 2022