MINNEAPOLIS HERITAGE PRESERVATION COMMISSION

REGULAR MEETING AGENDA: SEPTEMBER 17, 2019

4:30 p.m. | City Hall, Room 317 | 350 South 5th Street | Minneapolis, MN 55415

Committee Clerk

Rachel Blanford – 612.673.3153

Commissioners

Ginny Lackovic, Chair | Diana Dyste | Laurel Fritz | Barbara Howard | Jesse Kling | Linda Mack

Kimberly Sandbulte | Ian Stade | Madelyn Sundberg | Claire VanderEyk

CALL TO ORDER

ROLL CALL

PETITIONS AND COMMUNICATIONS

APPROVAL OF ACTIONS FROM THE AUGUST 27, 2019 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 president 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 ITEM

1.      Ivy-Zenith-32nd Conservation District, Ward 13

This item was continued from the August 13, 2019 meeting.

Staff report by John Smoley, PLAN9131

Public Comments

The Department of Community Planning and Economic Development recommends that the Heritage Preservation Commission adopt staff findings for the application by Meg Forney for the properties centered upon the intersection of Zenith Ave S and 32nd St W for initiation of a conservation district plan and preparation of design guidelines:

A.     Initiation of a Conservation District.

Recommended motion: Approve initiation of a conservation district and direct the planning director to prepare, or cause to be prepared, a conservation district plan and design guidelines. 

PUBLIC HEARING

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2.      Rear Addition, 2432 Colfax Ave S, Ward 10

Staff report by John Smoley, PLAN9494

The Department of Community Planning and Economic Development recommends that the Heritage Preservation Commission adopt staff findings for the applications by Kristine Anderson for the property located at 2432 Colfax Ave S in the Lowry Hill East Residential Historic District:

A.     Certificate of Appropriateness.

Recommended motion: Approve the certificate of appropriateness to alter and construct an addition on 2432 Colfax Ave S, a non-contributing resource in the Lowry Hill East Historic District, subject to the following conditions:

1.      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 September 17, 2021.

2.      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. 

3.      Second + Second Master Sign Plan, 128 2nd St N and 128 1st Ave N, Ward 3

Staff report by Aaron Hanauer, PLAN9422

The Department of Community Planning and Economic Development recommends that the Heritage Preservation Commission adopt staff findings for the applications by 128 2nd Street LLC and Snow Kreilich Architects for the properties located at 128 2nd St N/128 1st Ave N in the Minneapolis Warehouse Historic District and the Saint Anthony Falls Historic District

A.     Certificate of Appropriateness.

Recommended motion: Approve the certificate of appropriateness to allow for a master sign plan for the Second + Second mixed use building at 128 2nd St N and 128 1st Avenue North, subject to the following conditions:

1.      To comply with Chapter 543 zoning code lighting requirements, between sunrise and sunset the maximum luminance shall be five thousand (5,000) nits and between sunset and sunrise the maximum luminance shall be five hundred (500) nits.

2.      Day-glo, light reflecting, or fluorescent colors or materials are not allowed for signage.

3.      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 September 17, 2021.

4.      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.

B.     Historic Variance to allow for signage on a non-primary building wall.

Recommended motion: Approve the historic variance to allow for signage on a non-primary building wall.

4.      Commutator Foundry Development, 117-125 1st St N, Ward 3

Staff report by Aaron Hanauer, PLAN9513

The Department of Community Planning and Economic Development recommends that the Heritage Preservation Commission adopt staff findings for the applications by Commercial Real Estate and Snow Kreilich Architects for the properties located at 117-125 1st St N in the Minneapolis Warehouse Historic District and the St. Anthony Falls Historic District:

A.     Certificate of Appropriateness.

Recommended motion: Approve the certificate of appropriateness to allow for modification to the previous proposal (PLAN5533) that would rehabilitate the Commutator Hotel/Foundry Building and the Roe Wolf Building, allow demolition of two non-contributing buildings, and to allow for new construction, subject to the following conditions:

1.      To comply with Guideline 3.70, the proposed metal panel exterior material on the new building shall not have a shiny finish.

2.      The proposed masonry work to the Roe Wolf and Commutator Buildings shall comply with Façade Materials Guidelines 2.12 -2.19.

3.      A follow-up report shall be submitted and approved by CPED prior to completing rehabilitation work that documents whether the historic windows that were not analyzed in detail will be repaired or replaced. In addition, if replacement windows are required for the historic steel sash windows, the replacement windows shall follow Guideline 2.30-2.33. Finally, all windows shall follow Guideline 2.23, clear transparent glass shall be used to replace missing panes or in full window replacement unless historical documentations show other treatments. Low emission coatings will be considered if they are not reflective or tinted.

4.      To comply with Guideline 2a.10, the original and historically significant painted signs (ghost signs) on the building shall be retained.

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 September 17, 2021.

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.

B.     Historic Variance to reduce off-street loading.

Recommended motion: Approve the historic variance to allow for a reduction in the off-street loading from two large spaces to 0 spaces. 

COMMISSION BUSINESS

NEW BUSINESS

ADJOURNMENT

NEXT REGULAR HERITAGE PRESERVATION COMMISSION MEETING: OCTOBER 1, 2019

·        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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Last updated Sep 11, 2019

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