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Luxembourg

 

Address:

5100 West 82nd St.

Assigned City Planner: Julie Farnham jfarnham@BloomingtonMN.gov / 952-563-4739

Contact:

Jake Slosberg (402-391-7900), developer

Site size: 8.36 acres

Case file:

6132AB-08



Project size: 3 stories, 282 units, 450 parking spaces in a 4-story parking ramp with additional parking in two surface lots and garages located north of the apartment building.

Status:

approved May 2008 and
currently under construction with completion anticipated in 2014.

Other info:

Site plan

Application information

Environmental Assessment Worksheet information

Last update:

August 2013

Project description: The applicant received approval to redevelop the former Seagate Technology property to include a three-story apartment building (282 units) with an attached four-story parking ramp consisting of 450 spaces. Additional parking is proposed in two surface lots and 24 garages located north of the apartment building. All required permits have been received, and the development is currently under construction.

Hidden Bluffs

 

Address:

6800-6911 West 113th Street and 11300 through 11388 Jersey Road

Assigned City Planner: Londell Pease

lpease@BloomingtonMN.gov / 952-563-8926

Contact:

Ian Peterson
Vice President of Land: Minnesota Division
(952-988-8210
ian.peterson@pultegroup.com

Site size: 15.67 acres

Case file:

10869ABC-11



Project size: New Construction - 40 unit single family residential development

Status:

under construction

Other info:

Application information

Last update:

March 2013

Project description: The City Council approved and construction is underway on a 40-lot single family subdivision to be known as the Hidden Bluffs Subdivision located in southwestern Bloomington. As of March 2013, 32 homes have been constructed.

http://www.pulte.com/communities/mn/bloomington/hidden-bluffs/index.aspx

The Bluffs on Sans Pierre

 

Address:

10701 Lyndale Avenue South

Assigned City Planner: Londell Pease

lpease@BloomingtonMN.gov / 952-563-8926

Contact:

Laukka-Jarvis, Inc., Peter Jarvis (952-896-1971)

Site size: 27.25 acres

Case file:

8192ABC-06



Project size: New Construction - 17 Villa homes, 43 townhome units

Status:

approved September 2006, and under construction

Other info:

 

Last update:

March 2013

Project description: The City Council approved 17 villa homes on 7.15 acres and 43 town homes (9 three unit and 8 two unit structures) on 8.3 acres. This is the south portion of a development which also includes Wealshire, a 130 bed memory care center facility. Approximately four acres remain as open space and three acres for private streets, parking and access.

The townhomes and villa homes are to be accessed from a private street looped through the southern two-thirds of the site. Existing and new stormwater ponding areas separate the two housing styles and access locations. Each villa home and townhome would have a two-stall garage with an optional three-stall garage where adequate area is provided. An emergency vehicle only access from Hopkins Road for the villa home/townhome development would be provided near the center of the site.

The townhome and villa homes would be single-level living with walkouts for majority of the dwellings. The exterior building materials are brick, Hardi-Shakes, and cultured stone with asphalt shingles. As of March 2013, a total of 29 town homes (out of 43) and 5 villa homes (out of 17) have been or are under construction.

Founder's Ridge/Presbyterian Homes/Bethany

 

Address:

6600 and 6820 Auto Club Road

Assigned City Planner: Londell Pease

lpease@BloomingtonMN.gov / 952-563-8926

Contact:

Robert Van Slyke (651) 631-6317

Site size: 11.2 acres

Case file:

10683ABC-10



Project size: New Construction - A four phase development with 506 units of memory care, assisted living and senior independent living units

Status:

Phase I Completed, No additional construction commenced

Other info:

Last update:

March 2013

Project description:

In 2010, the City Council approved a four-phase residential development with 506 units (266 previously approved, 106 units in Phase I, and 134 units in Phase II-IV) of assisted and independent senior living. Phase I was completed in the Fall of 2012. Phases II-IV have received zoning approval for future construction, although as of March 2013, no building permit application for construction of the other phases has been received.


Portland Commons

 

Address:

8715 and 8735 Portland Ave S

Assigned City Planner: Londell Pease lpease@BloomingtonMN.gov / 952-563-8926

Contact:

Robert S. Zakheim, Portland Senior Living

(763) 259-3203

Site size: 7.413 Acres

Case file:

4432A-07



Project size: New Construction - 166 senior independent and assisted living units and a 50 unit apartment building

Status:

The 50-unit apartment building opened in July of 2009. The 166-unit senior building has not yet applied for permits

Other info:

 

Last update:

March 2013

Project description:

Located at 8735 Portland Avenue South, Bloomington Senior Partners received approval for a four-story, 166 unit senior independent and assisted living building and a 50 unit apartment building (216 units total). The 50 unit apartment building has been completed, while the assisted living building has received zoning approval for future construction. As of March 2013, no building permit application for construction of the 166 unit senior independent and assisted living building has been received.

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Covington

 

Address:

5701 Green Valley Drive

Assigned City Planner: Julie Farnham jfarnham@BloomingtonMN.gov / 952-563-4739

Contact:

Frank Dunbar (763-377-7090) Site size: 8.36 acres

Case file:

10805ABC-08
10805AB-11



Project size: 5-story, 250-unit rental apartment building

Status:

initial approval, October 2008
Revised final development plan approved December 2011

Other info:

Application information
Site Plan
Elevation view
Staff Report 2008

Staff Report 2011

10805B-11 Transmittal Letter

Last update:

August 2013

Project description: The City Council approved plans in 2008 to allow development of 250 luxury rental apartment units. The Covington apartment development consists of five stories of apartments built over a one-story parking ramp. The building encloses a courtyard that will be constructed as a green roof over the parking ramp. The courtyard includes a patio and swimming pool for use by residents. Building permits have been issued. The project is anticipated to be open in July 2013.

Mount Hope Applewood Valley West

 

Address:

3515 West Old Shakopee Road

Assigned City Planner: Londell Pease

lpease@BloomingtonMN.gov / 952-563-8926

 

Contact:

United Properties (Mark Nelson)

952-820-8727

Site size: 7.05 acres

Case file:

6096ABCD-13



Project: Amend the Comprehensive Plan Land Use Guide Designation from Quasi-Public to High Density Residential, Rezone from R-1 to RM-24 PD and R-1 PD, and Preliminary and Final Development Plan for a two to four-story, 77 unit senior cooperative, parking lot and access modifications and church expansion (Preliminary only)

Status:

Public Hearing at City Council November 4, 2013

Other info:

 

Last update:

October 2013

Project description:

The applicant proposes a Comprehensive Plan amendment, rezoning, and Preliminary and Final Development Plan approval to construct a 77 unit senior independent living facility on 3.75 acres of the 7.05 acre site and complete parking lot modifications to the existing place of assembly parking lot. The Preliminary but not Final Development Plans also include demolition of a portion of the existing place of assembly building and construction of a new 2,000 square foot sanctuary. The place of assembly alternation results in a 308 square foot floor area reduction, from 17,650 square feet to 17,342 square feet.

The existing Old Shakopee Road access would be relocated easterly to align with Chowen Avenue. Motor vehicle access to Beard Avenue would increase from one location to three locations. A new access to Beard Avenue serving both uses would be located along the south side of the site and a 28 space parking lot and main entry to the Senior Building will be accessed from two points on Beard Avenue. A new 127 space parking lot would be constructed south of the Place of Assembly. This reduces the church parking by 17 percent (from 153 spaces).

Exterior building materials consist of brick, maintenance free shake and lap siding, and asphalt shingles. Stormwater management is proposed throughout the site. A landscape berm and screening is provided to screen two of the five single family dwellings to the south.

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