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Chicago Plan Commission will meet on May 18

By Jenie Mallari-Torres | May 10, 2017

Chicago Plan Commission

Chicago Plan Commission will meet at 10 a.m. Thursday, May 18.

The 22 members of the Chicago Plan Commission review proposals that involve Planned Developments (PDs), the Lakefront Protection Ordinance, Planned Manufacturing Districts (PMDs), Industrial Corridors and Tax Increment Financing (TIF) Districts.

CHICAGO PLAN COMMISSION

This is the agenda provided by Council:

A. ROLL CALL

B. APPROVAL OF MINUTES FROM THE APRIL 20, 2017 CHICAGO PLAN COMMISSION

C. MATTERS TO BE HEARD IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE INTER-AGENCY PLANNING REFERRAL ACT:

Negotiated Sale

1. A resolution recommending a proposed ordinance authorizing the negotiated sale of city-owned land, generally located at 1024 North Rockwell Avenue to Miguel A. Barron. (17-033-21; 26th Ward)

2. A resolution recommending a proposed ordinance authorizing the negotiated sale of city-owned land, generally located at 347 North Kedzie Avenue to Corry Williams. (17-034-21; 27th Ward)

3. A resolution recommending a proposed ordinance authorizing the negotiated sale of city-owned land, generally located at 8947 South Commercial Avenue to Antonio Macias. (17-035-21, 10th Ward)

D. MATTERS SUBMITTED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE LAKE MICHIGAN AND CHICAGO LAKEFRONT PROTECTION ORDINANCE AND/OR THE CHICAGO ZONING ORDINANCE:

1. A resolution recommending approval of the North Branch Industrial Corridor Framework for the North Branch Industrial Corridor which recommends land uses within the Corridor. The Framework also provides implementation strategies for improvements that relate to open space, transportation, urban character and design. The Framework covers the area generally bounded by the Kennedy Expressway and the UP Metra line to the west; Fullerton Avenue to the north; Clybourn Avenue, Kingsbury Street and the Chicago River to the east; and, Kinzie Street to the south.(2nd, 27th , 32nd , 42nd and 43rd Wards)

2. A proposed planned development, submitted by Three Corners Development Inc., for the property generally located at 6418 North Sheridan Road. The site is currently zoned B3-5 (Community Shopping). The applicant proposes to rezone the site to RM6.5 (Residential Multi-Unit) prior to establishing this planned development. The applicant proposes to construct an 80’ tall, seven-story building containing ground floor retail, 111 dwelling units and 125 accessory, vehicular, parking spaces. An existing, 215’ tall, 25-story building with 450 dwelling units will remain unchanged on the property. (49th Ward)

3. A proposed planned development, submitted by Jefferson Place LLC, for the property generally located at 4849 North Lipps Avenue. The site is currently zoned B3-3 (Community Shopping) and M1-1 (Limited Manufacturing/Business Park). The applicant proposes to rezone the site to B3-5 prior to establishing this planned development which will be divided into two sub areas. Sub Area A will include a 211’4” tall, 16-story building containing ground floor retail, 114 dwelling units and 200 vehicular, parking spaces. Sub Area B contains a 140’ tall, 10-story building with ground floor retail, offices and 216 accessory, vehicular, parking spaces; no changes are proposed to the building in this sub area. (45th Ward)

4. A proposed amendment to Planned Development 982, submitted by Shoemaker Office Investments LLC, for the property generally located at 3927-63 West Belmont Avenue. The applicant proposes to convert office space on the first floor of an existing, six-story building into nine residential units within Sub-Area A prior to re- establishing Planned Development 982, as amended. No changes are proposed to any other terms, conditions or regulations of Planned Development 982. (30th Ward)

5. A proposed amendment to Planned Development 1215, submitted by Riverbend Real Estate Investments LLC, for the property generally located at 2900 South Hillock Avenue. The applicant proposes to construct a 49’ tall, four-story building containing 28 dwelling units and 28 accessory, vehicular, parking spaces, representing an increase of 21 units from that contained in the previously approved planned development. (11th Ward)

Adjournment

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