Tangletown apartment proposal approved

Planning Commission signed off on parking variance for the 23-unit project

An Armatage developer has received approval for his proposed four-story apartment near Fuller Park in Tangletown.

The Minneapolis Planning Commission granted Joshua Segal a variance that allows him to include 10 parking spots in his proposed 23-unit building, instead of the one spot for each unit the city’s zoning code would otherwise require.

The 5–2 vote on Oct. 7 came over objections from dozens of nearby residents, who said 10 parking spots aren’t enough for a neighborhood where on-street parking is already tight.

“It would be irresponsible to only provide 10 spots to 23 residents,” neighbor Linda Carlson said before the vote.

The commission ultimately voted 6–1 to approve the Fullertown Flats project at 4736–4740 Grand Ave., a half block north of the 48th & Grand commercial intersection.

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"Tangletown apartment proposal approved"; By NATE GOTLIEB; southwestjournal; October 17, 2019

Keywords: Developers, Neighbors, Projects

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