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Minneapolis Planning Commission- Other

January 24, 2020

* * * * Official Publication MINNEAPOLIS NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ————— (Published in Finance and Commerce January 24, 2020) ————— Notice is hereby given that the Minneapolis Planning Commission will hold a public hearing pursuant to Chapter 525 of the Minneapolis Zoning Code on Monday, February 10, 2020 at 4:30 p.m., in Room 317 City Hall, 350 S. 5th St., Minneapolis, MN to consider applications for the following: 1. DJR Architecture submitted the following applications to allow for the construction of a four-story, mixed-use building with 102 residential units and 2,300 square feet of retail in the C3A, Community Activity Center District and the PO, Pedestrian Oriented Overlay District at 3801 Hiawatha Ave: • Conditional use permit to amend a previously approved planned unit development. • Variance to allow a reduction in the minimum gross floor area of a dwelling unit to less than 500 square feet. • Variance of the PO, Pedestrian Oriented Overlay District standards. • Site plan review. 2. 813 12th Ave SE, LLC has submitted the following land use applications to allow the construction of a new multiple-family dwelling with four dwelling units at 813 12th Ave SE: • Variance to reduce the front yard setback. • Variance to reduce the minimum off-street parking requirement. • Site plan review. 3. Mutual Management Company on behalf of Banaadir South Middle School and Minnesota Technology Education Corporation submitted an expansion of nonconforming use application to allow the installation of a new playground at 2526 27th Ave S in the I1, Light Industrial District. 4. Jeremiah Smith, on behalf of Ari Parritz of Vermillion Development, has filed the following land use applications to amend previous approvals for a 14-story Planned Unit Development on the property located at 3326, 3338, and 3350 University Ave SE: • Amendment to a previously approved Conditional Use Permit for a Planned Unit Development to add additional dwelling units. • Amendment to a previously approved site plan review to add additional dwelling units. 5. Amending Title 20 of the Minneapolis Code of Ordinances related to the Zoning Code as follows: Chapter 520 Introductory Provisions Chapter 525 Administration and Enforcement Chapter 537 Accessory Uses and Structures The purpose of the amendment is to revise regulations governing the height of accessory structures. Specifically, the amendment would increase allowed garage height and accessory dwelling unit height as of right, regardless of the height of the principal structure. Additional changes are proposed to definitions and authorizing variance height to exceed the height of the principal structure. 6. Dan Elias with the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board has submitted an application to vacate a utility easement over the northeasterly 55 feet of the southwesterly 80 feet of vacated S 5th St, Atwaters Addition to the Town of Minneapolis, as depicted on survey. 7. Jeremiah Smith with BKV Group, on behalf of Duffey Cedar Property Owner LLC, has submitted the following land use applications for the properties located at 500, 506 and 528 Washington Ave N: • Variance to reduce the off-street loading requirement • Variance to reduce the minimum dwelling unit size from the minimum 500 square feet. • Site plan review to convert the existing buildings into 188 dwelling units. 8. Chris Whitehouse, DJR Architecture, Inc., on behalf of Mark Roos with Lake Harriet Development, LLC, has submitted the following land use applications for the properties located at 3115 E 42nd St: • Rezoning from R1A Single-family District to R5 Multiple-family District. • Variance to reduce the front yard setback along 32nd Ave S. • Variance to reduce the front yard setback along E 42nd St. • Variance to reduce the rear yard setback. • Variance to reduce the minimum dwelling unit size from the minimum 500 square feet. • Site plan review for a new 30-unit residential building. 11842505

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