Ann Arbor City Planning Commission: May 17, 2022

May 17, 2022 | Planning

This meeting was held in person at City Hall.

Commissioner Mills was absent.
Commissioner Sauve was absent.

APPROVED: Site plan for a five story building with 14 residential units at 330 Detroit Street. Two existing buildings will be removed and parcels at 303, 312, and 314 Detroit Street will be combined to make a 0.23 acre lot. The site plan includes 23 on-site parking places and 1,850 square feet of ground floor retail.
Amended to add direction for developer and City Staff to “work to minimize the negative impacts to the Kerrytown business district during construction.”

APPROVED: Recommendation that City Council approve amendments to the UDC code to eliminate parking requirements for Residential Occupancy, Adult Daycare Centers, Outdoor Recreation, Transit Corridor (TC-1) Development, and Nonprofit Corporations. The code would be amended to replace a whole section and address three types of parking – vehicles, bicycles, and EV’s (electric vehicles) – establishing maximums or vehicle parking and minimums for bicycle parking. Transit Corridor district will have a maximum of three parking spaces per 1000 square feet of floor area.

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Meeting Length: 3h 10m

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