MINNEAPOLIS HERITAGE PRESERVATION COMMISSION
REGULAR MEETING AGENDA: TUESDAY, October 10, 2017

4:30 p.m. | City Hall, Room 317 | 350 South 5th Street | Minneapolis, MN 55415
 
Committee Clerk
Fatimat Porter – 612.673.3153
 
Commissioners
Laura Faucher, Chair | Diana Dyste | Laurel Fritz | Barbara Howard | Susan Hunter Weir
Ginny Lackovic | Linda Mack | Dan Olson | Ian Stade | Madelyn Sundberg
 
CALL TO ORDER
ROLL CALL
PETITIONS AND COMMUNICATIONS
APPROVAL OF ACTIONS FROM THE SEPTEMBER 26, 2017 MEETING     
APPROVAL OF AGENDA
(THE COMMISSION MAY TAKE ACTION ON ITEMS AS PART OF A CONSENT AGENDA AT THE BEGINNING OF THE MEETING. IN THESE INSTANCES, THE COMMISSION CHAIR WILL OPEN THE PUBLIC HEARING AT THE BEGINNING OF THE MEETING AND WILL ASK WHETHER ANYONE WOULD LIKE TO PROVIDE TESTIMONY OR EXPRESS CONCERNS ABOUT ITEMS RECOMMENDED FOR THE CONSENT AGENDA. IF YOU PLAN TO SPEAK TO AN ISSUE ON THE AGENDA, IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT YOU ARRIVE AT THE MEETING AT 4:30 OR CONTACT THE ASSIGNED CITY STAFF PERSON IN ADVANCE. PLEASE CONTACT CPED STAFF WITH ANY QUESTIONS THAT YOU HAVE ABOUT THE CONSENT AGENDA.)
 
ACTION ITEMS
1.      Northrup Mall , Ward 6
Staff report by Catherine Sandlund
The Department of Community Planning and Economic Development recommends that the Heritage Preservation Commission adopt staff findings, approve the nomination for the National Register of Historic Places, and direct staff to transmit a letter summarizing the report to the State Historic Preservation Office for the Northrup Mall Historic District:
A.      National Register of Historic Places Nomination
Recommended motion: Adopt the CPED report; approve the nomination of the Northrup Mall Historic District to the National Register of Historic Places, and direct staff to transmit a letter summarizing the report to the State Historic Preservation Officer.
 
2.      615 Fulton Street Southeast , Ward 2
Staff report by Catherine Sandlund
The Department of Community Planning and Economic Development recommends that the Heritage Preservation Commission adopt staff findings, approve the nomination for the National Register of Historic Places, and direct staff to transmit a letter summarizing the report to the State Historic Preservation Office for the Pioneer Hall located at 615 Fulton Street Southeast:
A.      National Register of Historic Places Nomination
Recommended motion: Adopt the CPED report; approve the nomination of the Pioneer Hall to the National Register of Historic Places, and direct staff to transmit a letter summarizing the report to the State Historic Preservation Officer.
 
PUBLIC HEARING
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3.      2501 Columbus Avenue, Ward 6
Staff report by Catherine Sandlund,PLAN4011
The Department of Community Planning and Economic Development recommends that the Heritage Preservation Commission and City Council adopt staff findings for the designation of the Messiah Lutheran Church located at 2501Columbus Avenue South as a local landmark:
A.      Landmark Designation
Recommended motion: Adopt the report and attachments as findings of fact and submit the same together to the Zoning & Planning Committee of the City Council with a recommendation to approve the local designation of the Messiah Evangelical Lutheran Church at 2501 Columbus Avenue South, with the following conditions:
  1. The Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for Treatment of Historic Properties will be used to evaluate alterations to the property during the period while specific design guidelines are being prepared.
  2. Upon designation by the City Council, staff will use The Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for Treatment of Historic Properties as the basis to develop design guidelines specific to this landmark.
4.      110 5th Avenue Southeast, Ward 3
Staff report by Stephanie Rouse, PLAN5106
The Department of Community Planning and Economic Development recommends that the Heritage Preservation Commission adopt staff findings for the application by Bill Mague, on behalf of the Soap Factory,  for the property located at 110 5th Avenue SE in the St. Anthony Falls Historic District:
A.      Certificate of Appropriateness
Recommended motion: Approve the certificate of appropriateness to allow rehabilitation and modifications to an existing contributing structure in the St. Anthony Falls Historic District, subject to the following conditions:
  1. Approval of the final plans by the Department of Community Planning and Economic Development.
  2. Any new mechanical equipment shall be painted a muted color to match the adjacent building walls.
  3. All new rooftop mechanical units shall be located 15 feet or one new mechanical bay, whichever is greater, from a primary façade, in accordance with adopted design guidelines.
  4. The south rail spur shall be infilled with brick pavers matching the existing brick on the western portion of the spur.
  5. By ordinance, approvals are valid for a period of two years from the date of the decision unless required permits are obtained and the action approved is substantially begun and proceeds in a continuous basis toward completion.  Upon written request and for good cause, the planning director may grant up to a one year extension if the request is made in writing no later than October 10, 2019.
  6. By ordinance, all approvals granted in this certificate of appropriateness shall remain in effect as long as all of the conditions and guarantees of such approvals are observed.  Failure to comply with such conditions and guarantees shall constitute a violation of this certificate of appropriateness and may result in termination of the approval.
5.      200 University Avenue Southeast, 215 2nd Street Southeast, 223 3rd Avenue Southeast, 229 2nd Street Southeast, Ward 3
Staff report by Peter Crandall, PLAN5131
The Department of Community Planning and Economic Development recommends that the Heritage Preservation Commission adopt staff findings for the application by Doran-CSM SE I, LLC for properties located at 200 University Ave SE, 215 2nd St SE, 223 3rd Ave SE, and 229 2nd St SE in the St. Anthony Falls Historic District:
A.     Certificate of Appropriateness
Recommended motion: Approve the certificate of appropriateness to allow a new 26-story residential building, subject to the following conditions:
  1. The mechanical room along 3rd Avenue SE shall be relocated and the applicant shall implement an active residential use at that location.
  2. In order to comply with the design guidelines, the project shall utilize one primary material per elevation and no more than two accent materials. The project shall not utilize more than one color of any primary material or 2 colors of any accent material on each section of the structure and shall not exceed a total of three total materials per elevation.
  3. The design of the windows on the six-story section of the proposal shall be similar in design and proportion across the building mass, including the townhouses, and shall be aligned vertically and evenly spaced horizontally.
  4. By ordinance, approvals are valid for a period of two years from the date of the decision unless required permits are obtained and the action approved is substantially begun and proceeds in a continuous basis toward completion.  Upon written request and for good cause, the planning director may grant up to a one year extension if the request is made in writing no later than October 10, 2019.
  5. By ordinance, all approvals granted in this certificate of appropriateness shall remain in effect as long as all of the conditions and guarantees of such approvals are observed.  Failure to comply with such conditions and guarantees shall constitute a violation of this certificate of appropriateness and may result in termination of the approval.
 
COMMISSION BUSINESS
NEW BUSINESS
ADJOURNMENT
NEXT REGULAR HERITAGE PRESERVATION COMMISSION MEETING: OCTOBER 24, 2017
·          The Chair reserves the right to limit discussion on agenda items.
·          Please contact staff after the hearing if you have any questions regarding your project.
·          Heritage Preservation Commission decisions are final unless appealed.
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