Planning board approves subdivision for new West Bank restaurant

The city planning board voted unanimously during their Feb. 28 meeting to recommend approval of a minor subdivision in West Bank for the planned Highway 55 Burgers, Shakes and Fries.

The property, owned by Brad Talcott, is located at 17 3rd St. N.W. within the West Bank One development.

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It’s a 1.79 acre parcel zoned M-2 mixed use transitional and the northernmost and easternmost portions have existing parking for Kobe Seafood and Steak and the Staybridge Suites.

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The remainder of the property is undeveloped and the owners is proposing to subdivide the property into two lots.

One of the lots would be for the planned Highway 55 restaurant and the other would be developed at a future date, according to the staff report.

City staff provided information on the proposed subdivision to Neighborhood Council 2 and staff are planning to attend their March 8 meeting to discuss the request.