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File #: 17-1750    Version: 1 Name: 12/18/17 - The Glen Mixed Use Development PUD Site - The Glen Mixed Use Dev't PUD Site Plan
Type: Resolution/Public Hearing Status: Passed
File created: 12/18/2017 In control: City Council
On agenda: 12/18/2017 Final action: 12/18/2017
Enactment date: 12/18/2017 Enactment #: R-17-473
Title: Resolution to Approve The Glen Mixed Use Development PUD Site Plan and Development Agreement, 201, 213, 215, 217 Glen Avenue and 1025 East Ann Street (CPC Recommendation: Approval - 6 Yeas and 1 Nays)
Attachments: 1. Glen Agreement AS AMENDED AND APPROVED.pdf, 2. The Glen Staff Report w Attachments 091517.pdf, 3. The Glen Devt Agreement DRAFT 102317.docx, 4. Final Glen Agreement.pdf
Related files: 15-0829, 17-1749, 17-1508
Title
Resolution to Approve The Glen Mixed Use Development PUD Site Plan and Development Agreement, 201, 213, 215, 217 Glen Avenue and 1025 East Ann Street (CPC Recommendation: Approval - 6 Yeas and 1 Nays)
Memorandum
Approval of this resolution will allow for the construction of a 9-story mixed-use hotel/residential/retail building

Petition Summary:

* The petitioner proposes a 162-room hotel, 24 apartments, a restaurant, and 5,181 square feet of retail. These uses are listed in the draft supplemental regulations.

* A development agreement has been prepared to address site improvements, a park contribution of $14,880, the cost of traffic mitigation measures on Glen Avenue of up to $43,540, sanitary flow mitigation, the attainment of the equivalent of LEED Silver, documentation of the removal of environmental contamination, and a voluntary contribution of $500,000 to the City affordable housing fund for the benefit of the residents of Ann Arbor.

The Planning Commission raised the following issues, which were addressed by the petitioner and staff as described:

* CPC asked why the parking entrance is located on Glen instead of East Ann Street. Traffic staff responded that no left turns could be permitted from Glen Street into The Glen due to stacking problems at the Catherine Street & Glen intersection. Right turns out of the development onto Glen will also be difficult given current conditions and backups. As the drive was proposed off Glen in earlier versions of the site plan it did not meet code. Staff felt that having access off Glen is more adverse than routing traffic through the neighborhood to reach an East Ann entrance.

* The width available for the sidewalk and vehicular pullout/dropoff on Glen Street is 20'. Eight feet is proposed for the sidewalk and twelve feet for vehicles. The sidewalk is the designated bike route for this block. The Planning Commission expressed reservations about the possibly inadequate proposed sidewalk width in f...

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