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Chicago Plan Commission will meet August 17.

By Angelica Saylo Pilo | Aug 7, 2017

Chicago Plan Commission will meet Aug. 17.

Here is the agenda provided by the Commission:

A. Roll Call

B. Approval of Minutes From the July 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 land, generally located at 347 North Kedzie Avenue, to Corry Williams. (17-045-21; 27th Ward)

2. A resolution recommending a proposed ordinance authorizing the negotiated sale of land, generally located at 1126 South Mozart Street, to The Safer Corporate Endowment. (17- 046-21; 28th Ward)

Acquisition

1. A resolution recommending a proposed ordinance authorizing the acquisition of the former Kennedy-King College site, which is comprised of approximately 17 acres of land, and is generally located at 6800 South Wentworth Avenue, from Community College District No. 508. (17-047-21; 6th Ward)

Disposition

1. A resolution recommending a proposed ordinance authorizing the disposition of approximately 18 acres of land and the improvements thereon generally located at 1658 North Throop Street, which is the site of the Department of Fleet and Facility Management’s main equipment maintenance facility. (17-051-21; 2nd Ward)

2. A resolution recommending a proposed ordinance authorizing the disposition of a portion of the former Kennedy-King College site to be acquired from Community College District No. 508, consisting of approximately 5 acres of land on the east side of Wentworth Avenue between Marquette Road on the north and 69th Street on the south. (17-052-21; 6th Ward)

3. A resolution recommending a proposed ordinance authorizing the use of a portion of the former Kennedy-King College site to be acquired from Community College District No. 508, consisting of approximately 12.2 acres of land on the west side of Wentworth Avenue between Marquette Road on the north and 69th Street on the south, for the construction of a new facility for the Department of Fleet and Facility Management. (17- 054-21; 6th Ward)

4. A resolution recommending a proposed ordinance authorizing the disposition of land, generally located at 63 East Garfield Boulevard and 5510 South Michigan Avenue, to the KLEO Community Family Life Center, Brin Life Center, LLC. (17-050-21; 20th Ward)

Tax Increment Financing

1. A resolution recommending a proposed amendment to the Stockyards Southeast Quadrant Industrial Tax Increment Financing Redevelopment Project Area for the property generally bounded by West 47th Street on the south, South Halsted Street on the east, the Norfolk-Southern Railroad tracks and West Exchange Avenue on the north and South Racine, Packers and Ashland Avenues on the west in order to: expand the boundaries to include additional industrial areas; prepare a Proposed Future Land Use map for the Original Area and the Amended Area to allow industrial and mixed-use commercial/industrial uses; accommodate minor language changes reflecting updates to the Tax Increment Allocation Redevelopment Act since the date of the original Plan designation; and, update the TIF District Budget. (17-053-21; 11th Ward)

D. Matters Submitted in Accordance with the Lake Michigan and Chicago Lakefront Protection Ordinance and/or the Chicago Zoning Ordinance:

1. A proposed map amendment in the Addison Industrial Corridor, submitted by SMW Holdings LLC, for the property generally located at 4014 North Rockwell Street. The Applicant proposes to rezone the property from M1-1 (Limited Manufacturing/Business Park District) to C3-2 (Commercial, Manufacturing and Employment District), in order to rehabilitate and reuse the existing building to include uses permitted under the C3-2 designation such as retail food, fitness center, theatre storage and rehearsal space and office use. (19248T1, 47th Ward)

2. A proposed planned development, submitted by CRG Acquisition, LLC, for the property generally located at 943-57 West Wilson Avenue and 4545-57 North Sheridan Road. The site is currently zoned B3-2 (Community Shopping District); the applicant proposes to rezone the site to B3-5 (Community Shopping District) prior to establishing this planned development which will include a 12-story, 134’-tall building containing ground floor retail, 150 dwelling units and 29 accessory, vehicular, parking spaces. (19146; 46th Ward)

3. A proposed amendment to Planned Development 1242, submitted by 3200 North Clark, LLC, for the property generally located at 3200-26 North Clark Street and 840- 54 West Belmont Avenue. The applicant proposes to establish eight dwelling units within the existing 96’-tall, eight-story building for a maximum allowable total of 98 dwelling units; no other changes are proposed to PD 1242. Once complete, PD 1242 will be re-established, as amended. (19229; 44th Ward)

4. A proposed amendment to Planned Development 1261, submitted by 4K Diversey Partners, LLC, for the property generally located at 4000-4180 West Diversey Avenue and 4029-4153 West George Street. The site is currently zoned PD 1261; the applicant proposes to establish 125 dwelling units and a 3,000 square foot rooftop addition prior to re-establishing PD 1261, as amended. (19210; 31st Ward)

5. A proposed amendment to Planned Development 896, submitted by Roosevelt Square Library LLC, for the property generally located at 1328 West Taylor Street. The applicant proposes to include Cultural Exhibits and Libraries as a permitted use within Sub-Area D to allow for the construction of an 83’-tall, seven-story building with a Chicago Public Library and community space on the first floor, 73 multi- family housing units on the floors above and 35 required, accessory, vehicular, parking spaces. Once complete, PD 896 will be re-established, as amended. (19297; 28th Ward)

6. A proposed planned development, submitted by MP 158-174 Ada LLC, for the property generally located at 172 North Ada Street. The applicant proposes the construction of an approximately 172’-tall, 13-story building with ground floor retail space, 263 dwelling units and 133 vehicular parking stalls. The Applicant is proposing to rezone the property from the current C1-3 (Neighborhood Commercial District) to a DX-5 (Downtown Mixed-Use District) and then to a Residential Business Planned Development. (19150, 27th Ward)

7. A proposed planned development, submitted by MC ASB 312 Carpenter LLC, for the property generally located at 328 North Carpenter Street. The site is currently zoned M2-3 (Light Industry) and C1-3 (Neighborhood Commercial). The applicant proposes to rezone the site to DX-3 prior to establishing this planned development which will include a 100’-tall building with ground floor retail space and office uses above. 30 accessory, vehicular, parking spaces would be provided on-site. (19149; 27th Ward)

8. A proposed amendment to Planned Development 64, submitted by Grove Parc Venture Partners, LLC, for the property generally located 6014-58 South Cottage Grove Avenue and 716-54 East 61st Street. The applicant proposes to establish a 48,000 square foot grocery store and 160 accessory, vehicular, parking spaces prior to re-establishing PD 64, as amended. (19286; 20th Ward)

Adjournment

https://www.cityofchicago.org/content/dam/city/depts/zlup/Planning_and_Policy/Agendas/CPC_Aug_2017_Agenda_rev.pdf

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