Kenzie Terrace & Stinson Parkway Development (Formerly Redevelopment of Lowry Grove)
City Council Meeting March 27, 2018
At the City Council meeting on March 27th, City Council voted unanimously to approve Resolution 18-030 a resolution Approving the PUD Preliminary Development Plan/PUD Rezoning and Preliminary Plat Related to The Village, LLC project located at 2501 Lowry Avenue.
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Prior Project Updates
Concept/Sketch Plan Update Fall 2016
Preliminary Development Plan Submitted
Preliminary Development Plan Update August 8, 2017
Planning Commission Public Hearing August 28, 2017
Request for Continuance September 19, 2017
City Council Meeting October 10, 2017
Please check back often for updates.As the process for reviewing the redevelopment of Lowry Grove nears, the city looks to its most important planning documents for guidance, including the Strategic Plan and the Comprehensive Plan. The principles and shared values to be used when reviewing development projects are below. These planning principles will be the focus of review and consideration of the Lowry Grove redevelopment.
1) The provision of affordable housing. The city has a history of including, requiring, and financially supporting the development of affordable housing in the community, and this commitment will continue;
2) Compatibility with surrounding land uses. It is important that new development match existing surrounding land uses in scale, height, and use;
3) Provision of adequate public infrastructure. All new development must provide appropriate infrastructure to manage water, sewer, runoff, streets, and access, and all other infrastructure needed to adequately serve itself and protect the surrounding community;
4) Protection of the environment. All development must meet all Federal, State, watershed district, and local requirements for environmental protection. The city will ensure all pollution and contamination is properly remediated;
5) A fair and open public process. When a formal application is received for development, the city will provide outlets for community discourse and discussion on the proposal.