New Development Community Meeting – Proposal for 3801 Hiawatha Ave

 

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Date: Tuesday, November 19th

Time: 6:00-7:30pm

Location: Longfellow Park Recreation Center – 3435 36th Ave S

Join us for a presentation and Q & A with Base Camp Development and DJR Architecture on their proposed project located at 3801 Hiawatha Ave.

Preliminary Project Details:

  • Mixed-use multi-family building
  • 4 stories
  • 102 units
  • 2,300 sq ft retail space

Land Use Requests:

  • Variance to the setback requirements for a Pedestrian Overlay District

Site plans for this project can be found here.

A community vote will be held at the conclusion of the meeting, on whether to issue a letter in support of the developer’s land use application to the Minneapolis City Planning Commission.

If you have questions about this development or the community meeting, please contact LCC Program Manager Justin Gaarder at: justin@longfellow.org or 612-722-4529 EXT. 13

Development Community Meeting – 3320 41st St. E – Friendship Academy of the Arts

Date: Tuesday, October 15th

Time: 6:00-7:30pm

Location: Longfellow Park Recreation Center – 3435 36th Ave S. 

Join us for a presentation and Q & A with Friendship Academy of the Arts and FAA Building Company on their redevelopment proposal for the building located at 3320 East 41st Street.

Friendship Academy of the Arts is pursuing the acquisition and redevelopment of the building for a second school campus, which would serve roughly 350 2nd through 8th grade students.

The proposed redevelopment will include predominantly interior renovations to accommodate office and classroom spaces, gymnasium, and cafeteria spaces. The redevelopment will also include 30 parking stalls, bicycle parking, improved green space, stormwater management, drop off areas to accommodate traffic flow, and landscaping to screen and beautify the space.

FAA Building company has submitted the following land use application to allow the conversion of the existing building:

  • Conditional Use Permit to allow a K-12 school.
  • Variance to the standards of the PO Pedestrian Overlay District.

Additional Project Information:

Public hearing notice

Site plans

Building rendering

Transportation narrative

A community vote will be held at the conclusion of the meeting, on whether to issue a letter in support of the schools land use application to the Minneapolis City Planning Commission.

If you have questions about this development or the community meeting, please contact LCC Program Manager Justin Gaarder at: justin@longfellow.org or 612-722-4529 EXT. 13