March 2022 Plan Commission Hearing

Due to the ongoing public health crisis, this meeting will be held virtually starting at 10 a.m. on Thursday, March 17.

Rules for virtual meetings are available now for review. A summary of the public comment portion is available below:

  • Written statements are the preferred method of public comment and will be accepted up to 24 hours in advance of the meeting at CPC@cityofchicago.org. Statements will be posted online for public review prior to the start of each meeting.
  • Members of the public wishing to speak must submit a speaking request form. Forms must be submitted by 10 a.m. the Tuesday preceding the meeting to CPC@cityofchicago.org.
  • Verbal statements for all agenda items will take place at the beginning of each meeting, versus after each presentation.
  • A maximum of 15 members of the public will be permitted to comment on each proposal due to technical limitations. Selected speakers for each item will be chosen on a first-come, first-serve basis. Each will be given instructions on how to provide up to three minutes of testimony.

Questions on the rules can be directed to CPC@cityofchicago.org.

A video replay of the event is available on YouTube.

Address (Community Area, Ward) Agenda Description Materials (posted by Wednesday, March 2) Draft Presentation (posted by Monday, March 14)

3150 N. Racine Ave.
(Lake View, 32nd Ward)

A proposed Residential Planned Development, submitted by Belray Limited Partnership, for the property generally located at 3150 N. Racine Avenue. The applicant proposes to change the zoning from M1-2 (Limited Manufacturing/Business Park District) to B2-3 (Neighborhood Mixed-Use District), and then to a Residential Planned Development. The applicant is proposing to renovate the existing 70-unit single room occupancy building and construct an addition to provide a total of 81 single room occupancy units and 5 dwelling units. There will be no off-street parking spaces. The maximum building height of the building will be 47’- 3”. 

PD Application

Presentation

2933 W. Division St.
(West Town, 26th Ward)

A proposed amendment to Institutional Planned Development #599, submitted by Humboldt Park Health, for the property generally located at 2933 W. Division Street. The applicant is proposing to rezone the site from IPD #599 and a RS-3 Residential Single-Unit (Detached House) District to a C1-2 Neighborhood Commercial District and then to IPD #599, as amended. The amendment will expand the planned development boundary to facilitate the development of a three-story, 45,500 square foot fitness center building with a maximum height of 60’. A minimum number of 528 parking spaces are currently provided in the planned development.

PD Amendment Application

Presentation

Public Comments

1353 W. Fulton St.
(Near West Side, 27th Ward)

A proposed Residential-Business Planned Development, submitted by 1353 Partners LLC, for the property generally located at 1353 West Fulton Street. The applicant is proposing to rezone the site from M2-3 (Light Industry District) to DX-7 (Downtown Mixed-Use District) and then to a Residential-Business Planned Development. The applicant proposes to construct a 28-story, 314’-tall building with 305 residential units, ground floor commercial space, and 115 accessory vehicular parking spaces. A 4.5 FAR (Floor Area Ratio) bonus will be taken and the overall FAR of the planned development will be 11.5.

PD Application

Presentation

Public Comments

360 N. Green St.
(Near West Side, 27th Ward)

 A proposed amendment to Business Planned Development No. 1407, submitted by 360 North Green LLC, for the property generally located at 360 N. Green St. The applicant proposes to amend Planned Development No. 1407 to permit the construction of a 25-story commercial building containing, with a maximum height of 425 feet and containing 495,000 square feet of commercial office space, 90 accessory parking spaces, 2 loading births, 38,000 square feet of public open space on site, and accessory and incidental uses. The proposed planned development has a base FAR (Floor Area Ratio) of 5.0 and the proposal seeks to utilize a 3.1 in NOF Bonus FAR, bringing the overall FAR of the planned development to 8.1.

PD Amendment Application

Presentation

Public Comments

 Citywide

The Neighborhood Design Guidelines provide specific recommendations to enhance the planning, review, and impact of development along the city’s commercial corridors. As a complement to other City design resources and regulations, these urban design guidelines are adaptable to the unique context of individual neighborhoods, corridors, and blocks. The draft guidelines are intended to be used for all public and private projects located along Chicago’s commercial corridors. Projects that require the City’s review and oversight should substantially correspond to their parameters, especially Planned Developments, Lakefront Protection Ordinance projects, and projects that receive City grants, funding, or other incentives.

Neighborhood Design Guidelines

Presentation

Public Comments

 

 

 

Omnibus Items - 6435 N. California Ave.

 

 

Public Comments

 

Chicago Plan Commission
March 17, 2022
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