May 21, 2020 Plan Commission Hearing

Due to the ongoing public health crisis, this meeting will be held virtually starting at 10 a.m. on Thursday, May 21.

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  • 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.
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  • 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.

A supplemental rule has also been issued for May 21, 2020, extending the deadline for written comment and public comment forms until 6 a.m. on the day of the meeting. This supplemental rule applies only to a single item, the Woodlawn Plan Consolidation Report.

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Address (Community Area, Ward) Agenda Description Materials (posted by Wednesday, May 6) Draft Presentation (posted by Monday, May 18)
  The blocks along and immediately adjacent to 75th and 79th Streets between Stony Island Avenue and Lake Michigan
(South Shore, 7th and 8th Wards)
A resolution recommending the approval of the South Shore Corridor Study. The Study is the result of a yearlong public engagement process and provides a blueprint for the 75th and 79th Street corridors in South Shore.

Draft Plan

Presentation
720 E. 111th St.
(Pullman, 9th Ward)

A proposed amendment to Business-Residential-Institutional Planned Development #1167, as amended, submitted by Ryan Companies US, Inc., for the property generally located at 720 E. 111th St. The applicant proposes to allow the reconfiguration of Sub Areas J and G and the addition of commercial, industrial, warehouse, distribution, and vehicle storage uses in Subarea G in order to develop Sub Area G with an industrial distribution facility containing a total of approximately 144,043 square feet of floor area.

  PD Amendment Application Presentation

900 W. Fulton Market
(Near West Side, 27th Ward)

A proposed planned development, submitted by Shorewood Development Group LLC, for the property generally located at 900 West Fulton Market. The applicant is proposing to rezone the property from C1-1 (Neighborhood Commercial District) to DX-5 (Downtown Mixed-Use District) and then to a Business Planned Development. The applicant proposes the rehabilitation of the 4-story building to include a new rooftop addition, the demolition of the 1 and 2 story building and the construction of a new 9-story building at 906 W. Fulton Market, and partial demolition of the 2-story building at 910 W. Fulton to facilitate rehabilitation of the front façade and the construction of an addition.

PD Application

Presentation

 4200 W. Belmont Ave.
(Irving Park, 30th Ward)

 A proposed amendment to Planned Development #409, submitted by Noah Properties, LLC, for the properties generally located at 4200 West Belmont Avenue. The Applicant proposes to rezone the property to B2-2 (Neighborhood Mixed Use District) and establish Planned Development 409, as amended, to allow for the construction of (52) 33 ft. tall residential townhomes and 104 accessory parking spaces at 4200 West Belmont Avenue, 6 dwelling units in a 36 ft. tall building with 6 accessory parking spaces at 3202 North Kildare Avenue, and 9 dwelling units in a 33 ft. tall building with 9 accessory parking spaces at 4157 West Melrose Street.

 PD Amendment Application

Public Comment

Presentation

2704-2718 W. Roscoe St.
(Avondale, 33rd Ward)

A proposed amendment to Planned Development #1151 in the Addison Industrial Corridor, submitted by Baum Revision, for the property generally located at 2704-2718 West Roscoe Street. The site is currently zoned Industrial Planned Development #1151 and the applicant proposes to rezone the site to C3-2 (Commercial, Manufacturing and Employment District) and then to Business Planned Development No. 1151, as amended. The applicant proposes this change to the zoning designation to allow “Colleges and Universities” as a permitted use.

PD Amendment Application Presentation
570 W. Monroe St.
(Near West Side, 42nd Ward)
A proposed technical amendment to planned development #233, submitted by Napleton Chicago Imports LLC, for the property generally located at 570 West Monroe Street. The applicant is proposing to add “Indoor Light Equipment Sales and Rental” and “Motor Vehicle Repair Shop, not including body work, painting, or commercial vehicle repairs” as permitted uses in Sub-Area A.

PD Amendment Application

Public Comment

Presentation
400 N. Lake Shore Drive
(Near North Side, 42nd Ward)

A proposed amendment to Residential-Business Planned Development 368 and a proposed Lake Michigan and Chicago Lakefront Protection Ordinance Application, submitted by RMW Acquisition Company LLC, for the property generally located at 400 North Lake Shore Drive, within the Private-Use Zone of the Lake Michigan and Chicago Lakefront Protection District. The Applicant is proposing to rezone the property to Residential-Business Planned Development 368, as amended, to allow for the construction of a phased development for two residential buildings that are 875’ and 765’ tall containing 1,100 residential units, ground floor commercial and amenity space, and 300 accessory parking spaces.

LPO Application
Pt. 1

LPO Application
Pt. 2

Public Comment

Presentation
344 N. Canal St.
(Near West Side, 42nd Ward)

A proposed Residential-Business Planned Development, submitted by The Habitat Company, for the property generally located at 344 North Canal Street. The Applicant proposes to rezone the property from DS-5 (Downtown Service District) to DX-5 (Downtown Mixed-Use District) prior to establishing a planned development to construct a 375’-tall mixed-use building containing 343 residential units, ground floor commercial, and 123 accessory parking spaces. 

PD Application

Public Comment

Presentation
3911 N. Milwaukee Ave.
(Portage Park, 45th Ward)

A proposed amendment to planned development #1321, submitted by CSD Six Corners, LLC, for the property generally located at 3911 North Milwaukee Avenue. The site is currently zoned Business Planned Development #1321 and the applicant proposes to rezone the site to B3-3 and then to Residential Business Planned Development No. 1321, as amended. The application contains provisions to re-subdivide the property into three sub-areas with Sub-Area A and C to receive new development, while Sub-Area B is to remain unchanged as currently developed. Sub-Area A is to be developed with a ten-story building containing retail and commercial uses on the ground floor and 114 independent living units, 144 assisted living and memory care units on the floors above. Sub-Area C will be developed with a one-story commercial building. 

  PD Amendment Application

Public Comment

Presentation
Area bounded by King and South Chicago on the west, 60th on the north, Stony Island on the east, and 67th and Cottage Grove on the South
(Woodlawn, 5th and 20th Wards)

A resolution recommending the approval of the Woodlawn Plan Consolidation Report. The Report reviews past plans that were developed for Woodlawn, identifies where they align, and outlines recommendations that the City of Chicago can implement to achieve neighborhood goals, including, through the disposition of City-owned vacant land.

"Woodlawn Plan Consolidation Report"

Supplemental Rule

Public Comment

Webinar Video

Presentation

 

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May 21, 2020
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