The following were among actions taken at the June 2 and 3 meetings of the Alexandria Planning Commission. For more information, call 838-4666.
The following requests were approved:
BRADDOCK RD. E., 315-317 -- By John G. Yates and Jason Yates for a one-year review of a special use permit for expansion of a service station to allow parking in a residential zone. 5 to 0.
BRADDOCK RD. E., 501 -- By A & A Partnership for a special use permit to construct 156 condominium units in two six-story buildings and one seven-story building, with 13,626 square feet of office space and 5,176 square feet of retail space, and for a special use permit to reduce by 75 percent the parking spaces required for the site. 7 to 0.
DUKE ST., 1320 -- By A & S Auto Sales for a one-year review of a special use permit allowing automobile sales. 5 to 0.
DUKE ST., 4109 -- By Crown Central Petroleum Corp. for a special use permit to make several alterations to a service station. 5 to 0.
DUKE ST., 5145 -- By Rosenthal-Hayman for a one-year review of an existing special use permit allowing automobile sales and display. 7 to 0.
EISENHOWER AVE., 5001 -- By LNT Associates for a special use permit to construct four office buildings with a total of 2.4 million square feet. 3 to 2.
JEFFERSON DAVIS HWY., 3216 -- By Crown Central Petroleum Corp. for a special use permit to make several alterations to a service station. 5 to 0.
KING ST., 2729 -- By Valley Nursing Home Inc. for a special use permit to expand the Woodbine Nursing Home by adding 50 beds and 14 parking spaces. 7 to 0.
LINDEN ST. E., 21 -- By Eugene Schonberger to subdivide the property into two lots zoned for residential use. 7 to 0.
MADISON ST., 209 -- By 171 Eldon Inc. for a special use permit to operate a 59-seat restaurant with carryout service. 5 to 0.
MOUNT VERNON AVE., 2707-2711 -- By Martin-Maddox Developers for a special use permit to allow parking in a residential zone on Raymond Avenue for the Mount Vernon Avenue property. 7 to 0.
PAYNE ST. N., 235 -- By M.H. Faghfoory and M.T. Razavian for a special use permit to operate a carryout restaurant with no seats. 5 to 0.
PICKETT ST. S., 801 -- By Peter A. Summers for Indoor Softball Stadiums for a special use permit to operate an indoor softball stadium with lockers, offices and food and beverage service. 7 to 0.
PITT ST. N., 400 -- By Lawrence N. Brandt Inc. for a special use permit to construct 26 town houses and to sell five lots to purchasers who will construct dwellings. 7 to 0.
QUEEN ST., 601 -- By Jimmie Mitchell for a special use permit to convert a building into seven condominium units. 7 to 0.
VALLEY DR., 2908 -- By Gesher Inc. to construct a 45-by-36 foot addition to a private school and to increase the enrollment from 65 to 101 students. 6 to 0, with one abstention.
WALNUT ST. E., 27 -- By Robin Fazakerley for a one-year review of a special use permit for a child care facility for nine children. 5 to 0.
WASHINGTON ST. N., 101 -- By John M. Curry and Robert J. Dejter to change the ownership of a restaurant from Andres Alisuag to Curry and Dejter. 5 to 0.
WASHINGTON ST. S., 115 -- By Kathleen H. Futrell for a special use permit to operate a preschool for 25 children in Washington Street United Methodist Church. 7 to 0. The following preliminary site plans were approved:
BEAUREGARD ST. N., 1600 -- By Mark Center Properties Limited Partnership to construct 34 additional parking spaces at the Mark Center Office Park. 7 to 0.
SOUTHWEST CORNER OF BRADDOCK ROAD AND WEST STREET -- By A & A Partnership to construct two six-story buildings with a total of 18,802 square feet of commercial space and 156 residential units, and to construct 226 parking spaces. 7 to 0.
DAINGERFIELD RD., 205 -- By the National Association of Retail Druggists to construct a 4,400-square-foot addition to an existing building. 7 to 0.
KING ST., 2729 -- By Woodbine Nursing and Convalescent Center to construct 14 parking spaces and restripe some of the existing parking spaces at the center. 7 to 0.
MOUNT VERNON AVE., 2709 -- By Martin/Maddock Developers to construct a 6,242-square-foot, two-story office and retail building. 7 to 0.
PRINCE ST., 1416 -- By Ray W. Lotto to construct a four-story, 15,398-square-foot office building with 18 parking spaces. 7 to 0.
EAST AND WEST SIDES OF WEST BRADDOCK ROAD BETWEEN ROUTE 395 AND BEAUREGARD STREET -- By Thomas A. Jackson for the Paul T. Stone Estate to construct seven buildings with a total of 1.8 million square feet to be used for office, commercial and retail, and to construct two residential buildings with 360 condominium units and to construct 6,706 parking spaces. Proposed building heights range from 64 to 150 feet. 6 to 1. The Planning Commission also approved:
A study of whether to amend the 1982 Waterfront Plan as an amendment to the city's Master Plan to create a waterfront height district with building heights of 35 to 50 feet permitted in the waterfront district. 7 to 0.
Possible amendments to the city code to increase the fees for appeals of the decisions of the Board of Architectural Review from $10 to $25. 7 to 0. The following request was denied:
TELEGRAPH RD., 110 -- By Alloy Metal Products Inc. for a special use permit to place a trailer for office use on the property. 5 to 0. The following requests were deferred for further study:
KING ST., 1101 -- By Finlady Inc. to change the ownership of a carryout restaurant from the current owner to Finlady Inc.
Consideration of possible amendments to the city code to change residential parking requirements.