The Edmond Planning Commission this week approved the commercial site plan for Davis Pump to be located on the east side of Fretz Drive and north of 33rd Street. The vote was 5-0.
“They have a pretty spacious lot for this building on 5 acres of land, 31,578-square-foot building,” said Bob Schiermeyer, city planner. “They have parking for offices and warehouse and offices.”
Parking provides for 92 spaces, 47 office, 45 warehouse and 6 bicycle spaces on the 271,731-square-foot lot, he said. Bicycle parking is added.
The rust color building wall panels tilt up. Several overhead doors for truck docks on the sides of the building, Schiermeyer said.
No further action on this item is necessary by the Edmond City Council, said Barry Moore, commission chairman.
Site plan for a new Pepperoni Grill Restaurant approved
The commercial site plan for a new Pepperoni Grill Restaurant was approved 5-0 this week by the Edmond Planning Commission. No further action is required by the City of Edmond on this matter, Moore said.
Pepperoni Grill will be constructed on the south side of Covell Road, west of Walgreens Pharmacy at Kelly Avenue and Covell Road, Schiermeyer said.
The 5,437-square-foot brick veneer building will be 24 feet tall with 30 parking spaces with cross-access parking agreements, Schiermeyer said.
About 3,500 square feet of the building will make up the restaurant and the remainder of the building will be reserved for retail, he said.
Site plan approved for commercial office building
The Edmond Planning Commission approved the site plan this week for a commercial office building on the west side of Kelly and South of Covell Village Drive. The vote was 5-0 for the request made by The Offices at Covell Village LLC.
“This is not a situation where we have a sensitive border,” Schiermeyer said. “They have a brick veneer building, pitched roof; the same we have seen throughout this area.”
The building will be 5,812 square feet with at least 22 parking spaces, Schiermeyer said. Twenty-nine more spaces are immediately adjacent to the building in an area shared with the Covell Village Office Park Complex.
No further action on this item is necessary by the Edmond City Council, Moore said.