Due to COVID-19 restrictions, we will limit attendance to 25 people total, including committee members and petitioners. If you would like to attend, please pre-register here. Because of the limited space, we have posted the petitioners’ presentation materials below. We will be taking email comments up until 5pm the day of the meeting (May 26, 2020). These comments will be read into the official record of the meeting and considered by the committee. After reviewing the materials, if you would like to submit a comment, follow these instructions.
SUBMITTING A COMMENT:
-Please include your full name and address.
-Only comments pertaining to the proposed project 6407-6419 Ferguson Street will be rea.
-Please keep comments civil and respectful. Comments that include profanity or are not germane to the topic will not be entered into the record.
-See below for revised elevations, site plan, and perspective view for the Gershman Partners project, as well as details of revisions that have already occurred in response to the Committee’s comments.
Broad Ripple Village Association Land Use & Development Committee Meeting
Tuesday, May 26, 2020 6:00PM at The Hatch 6161 N. Hillside Ave
I. Call to order and explanation of LU&DC’s position on requests (6:00 p.m.)
II. Introductions of committee members and guests (6:00-6:05 p.m.)
III. Approval of the previous minutes (6:05-6:10 p.m.)
IV. Petitioner Presentation 6407-6419 Ferguson St., Misha Rabinowitch from Wooden McLaughlin with a Variance of Development Standards request to provide for 74 parking spaces and parking within the right-of-way, to permit development of an office building. Case #2020-DV1-021 (6:10-6:30 p.m.)
V. Committee Discussion/Information (6:30-6:50 p.m.)
VI. Adjournment of portion of the open meeting and confirmation of next meeting. June 23, 2020 6:00 P.M. – Location TBD
Note from Presenter: Attached are revised elevations, site plan, and perspective view for the Gershman Partners project. Please note that in response to feedback from the land use committee, the following significant revisions have been made to the plans:
– parking along 65th Street has been revised to parallel parking
– the building has been reduced by 1 floor such that it is now a 4-story building (previously 5 stories)
We will have updated renderings for the meeting next Tuesday.
Also, our understanding is that the planning staff will be recommending approval of the variances (actually they were supportive of the 5 story building).