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File #: 13-0168    Version: Name: 3/18/13 - 413 East Huron Street Site Plan
Type: Resolution/Public Hearing Status: Passed
File created: 3/18/2013 In control: City Council
On agenda: 5/20/2013 Final action: 5/20/2013
Enactment date: 5/20/2013 Enactment #: R-13-124
Title: Resolution to Approve 413 East Huron Street Site Plan and Development Agreement, 413 East Huron Street (CPC Recommendation: Denial - 5 Yeas and 3 Nays)
Attachments: 1. 413 E Huron Perspective 04-04-13, 2. 413 Council Staff Report 4-1-13, 3. 2/5/13 Planning Staff Report, 4. Development Agreement Draft 4-11-13, 5. 413 E. Huron Development Agreement Draft 3-27-13final, 6. Development Agreement Draft 3-5-13final, 7. 1-15-2013 City Planning Commission Minutes-413 E Huron Project, 8. 2-5-2013 City Planning Commission Minutes-413 E Huron Project, 9. 413 E Huron - new trash proposal, 10. 12327Solar study, 11. Plan Set 03-28-13, 12. H. Scott Diels Communication, 13. Letter_City Council 3.29.13.pdf, 14. Ltr to Mayor and City Council Members, 15. ltr from Norman Hyman dated 3-14-13, 16. Communication from Attorney Patrick Lennon, 17. Communication from Susan Friedlaender dated may 6, 18. Conor McNally of Carter letter dated May 3, 2013
Related files: 13-0114, 13-0462, 13-0463, 13-0170
Title
Resolution to Approve 413 East Huron Street Site Plan and Development Agreement, 413 East Huron Street (CPC Recommendation: Denial - 5 Yeas and 3 Nays)
Memorandum
Attached is a resolution to approve the 413 East Huron Street Site Plan and Development Agreement. Approval of this resolution will allow for the construction of a 14-story apartment building with a 122-space underground parking garage and 10 surface parking spaces.

Petition Summary:

· The site plan proposes a 14-story, 271,855-square foot apartment building containing 216 dwelling units (533 bedrooms) and a total of 132 off-street parking spaces. Retail space and accessory uses for the residences are proposed on the first floor. Two curb cuts, one each to East Huron Street and North Division Street, are proposed. Storm water management for the 100-year storm volume is provided, and mitigation for impact within the critical root zone of a landmark tree on an adjacent site is proposed - half provided on the subject site and half to be provided alternatively in the form of a contribution to the street tree planting fund.

· A development agreement has been prepared to address the alternative tree mitigation, a parks contribution, required footing drain disconnections, off-site sanitary sewer capacity improvements, street lighting, documentation of LEED Energy & Atmosphere points, and architectural design and materials.

· The petitioner has responded to questions about the citizen participation meeting raised by the Planning Commission by submitting a supplemental citizen participation report.

The City Planning Commission, at its meeting of February 5, 2013, failed to pass the motion to approve this petition by at least six votes and thus recommended denial of this request.

Attachments: 2/5/13 Planning Staff Report
2/5/13 Planning Commission Minutes
3/5/13 Draft Development Agreement
2/14/13 Petitioner Citizens Participation Report Supplement
Staff
Prepared By: Alexis DiLeo, ...

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