*Updated with site plans
Purpose: Richard Andron, on behalf of Nick Boosalis and Wash Me Corporation, has submitted an application for site plan review to allow two one-story commercial buildings and a drive-through at 4159 Hiawatha Ave.
Site plans for the project can be found here.
Date: Monday, September 23rd
Location: City Hall Room 317 – 350 S. 5th St., Minneapolis, MN
Interested parties are invited to attend and be heard. After hearing from the public, the Planning Commission will make a determination based on required legal findings of fact. Please visit www.minneapolismn.gov/meetings/planning for the agenda with staff reports (web page will be updated by the end of the day Wednesday prior to the meeting).
Comments can also be sent to:
Lindsey Silas, Senior City Planner
250 S. 4th St. – Room 300, Minneapolis, MN 55415
Phone: (612) 673-2653
For Additional information the full public hearing notice can be found here.
Assembly MN LLC has provided the following update regarding changes to the site plans presented during the May 29th community meeting hosted by LCC:
- Converting the originally proposed 2 story Townhome style units along Minnehaha into one story flats. The first floor will still have a front entry stoop and nicely landscaped approach from Minnehaha and the massing and rhythm of the building will remain much the same.
- Replacing the individual at grade parking garages off of the alley with 2 condos with at grade patios. All parking will now be below grade and there will not be a drive lane along that side of the building.
- The building will still have 26 units and 27 underground parking spaces plus a car lift system which provides the ability to have owners park a second car over their first car. Assembly anticipates a total of approximately 37 cars in the parking garage using this lift system. 37 parking spaces is the same number shown on the previous set of plans.
- The building remains a 4 story building, with the 4th floor set back on Minnehaha as previously shown. General building materials and massing are similar to that shown at the community meeting with modifications as necessary to accommodate the townhomes.
Updated site plans can be found here.
A public hearing date has not been set for this project, however we will provide an update once a date has been confirmed.
Questions or comments regarding this development can be sent to:
Peter Crandall, Senior City Planner