Proposed Development – Bissonnet @ 6400 Loop 610 – UPDATE

UPDATE 12/6/2019: Planning and Zoning will discuss current and future zoning regulations for PD-10 and Loop 610 District at the December 12, 2019 meeting: 6 PM.  –  Agenda

At the November 14, 2019, Planning and Zoning Workshop a representative from Identity Architects described some preliminary plans for a proposed planned development at 6400 West Loop@Bissonnet next to the AT&T building, part of a PD-10 in the Loop 610 District.   

He described an office building with a height of 160 feet (approximately 14 to 16 stories) on about 2 acres that would include a mix of retail, restaurants, offices and parking.  Here’s the crux of this proposal.  The Planned Development use in the Loop 610 District calls for a maximum height of 6 stories, on a minimum lot size of 4 acres.  And no retail.    

The first application is for a Planned Development Amendment to remove the property from its current designation of PD-10. View the original Prudential Insurance ordinance here.  With the approval of this request, the parcel of land would then revert back to its underlying zoning district of Loop 610.  

This is the southwest corner of Bissonnet & 610 by AT&T – with the beautiful oak trees that line the roadway.  The new development has been marketed online for sometime.

Development Services Department received two applications from Identity Architects, on behalf of Atilla Tuna of Bissonnet Street Ventures, LLC, regarding the 1.99-acre property located on the southwest corner of Loop 610 and Bissonnet, next to the AT&T building.

Find the Loop 610 District Zoning Ordinance here

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