MINNEAPOLIS HERITAGE PRESERVATION COMMISSION
4:30 p.m. | City Hall, Room 317 | 350 South 5th Street | Minneapolis, MN 55415
Rachel Blanford – 612.673.3153
Ginny Lackovic, Chair | Ian Stade, Vice-Chair | Madelyn Sundberg, Secretary
Diana Dyste | Laurel Fritz | Barbara Howard | Jesse Kling
Linda Mack | Kimberly Sandbulte | Claire VanderEyk
PETITIONS AND COMMUNICATIONS
APPROVAL OF ACTIONS FROM THE september 17, 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.
Please note: if you plan on speaking, please sign in on the sheet located in the hallway, and then state your name and address clearly into the microphone when you come up to speak.
The Department of Community Planning and Economic Development recommends that the Heritage Preservation Commission adopt staff findings for the applications by Beacon Interfaith Housing Collaborative and LHB for the properties located at 16 4th St N in the Minneapolis Warehouse Historic District:
A. Certificate of Appropriateness.
Recommended motion: Approve the Certificate of Appropriateness to allow for the rehabilitation of a contributing building in the Minneapolis Warehouse Historic District to convert it to residential units, subject to the following conditions:
1. Exterior façade material work shall comply with Guidelines 2.11-2.13, 2.16, and 2.18-2.19.
2. All new windows shall comply with Guideline 2.23 - Clear transparent glass shall be used to replace missing panes or in full window replacement and low emission coatings will be considered if they are not reflective or tinted. All new replacement windows shall have true divisions or an interstitial spacer and have muntins installed on both sides of the glass to comply with Guideline 2.31. In addition, the replacement windows shall be finished with a painted enamel finish. Anodized or other unfinished treatments are not allowed to comply with Guideline 2.33.
3. The applicant shall submit specific details for the central entryway that shows compliance with Guideline 2.36.
4. The bronze metal panels on the mechanical equipment screening shall not be shiny and to comply with general guidance from the Warehouse District general guidelines and the Secretary of the Interior Standard #3, the brick for the elevator penthouse expansion shall be different but compatible and be reviewed by staff prior to a building permit is issued.
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 1, 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.
1. Mill City Museum East Ruin Wall, 704 S 2nd St, Ward 3
Report by Andrea Burke
NEXT REGULAR HERITAGE PRESERVATION COMMISSION MEETING: OCTOBER 15, 2019
Last updated Sep 26, 2019