What do you know about 1140 Broadway Street, a proposed redevelopment project in Lower Town?
Morningside Lower Town LLC is the owner of the property, which they refer to in their marketing documents as Lower Town.
Timeline: 1140 Broadway Street
2017 October 2. Ann Arbor City Council. (17-1419). First reading to rezone the area from PUD to C1A/R with conditions.
2017 August 1. City Planning Commission holds public hearings (17-1016).
1140 Broadway Zoning and Planned Project Site Plan for City Council Approval- A proposal to develop three mid-rise residential buildings that provide a total of 620 residential units and 4,500-square feet of retail space on a vacant 6.4-acre site. A 451-space parking structure, an 85-space parking garage and 37 surface parking spaces are proposed. Access to the site is proposed from Broadway Street, Maiden Lane and Nielsen Court. Planned project modifications are requested to allow reduced setbacks on Broadway Street and Maiden Lane. Landscape Modifications are requested to waive requirements for stormwater infiltration. The site plan petition is submitted in conjunction with a rezoning petition from PUD (Planned Unit Development) to C1A/R with Conditions (Campus Business Residential, with the condition that a maximum height limit is established). A brownfield application has also been submitted separately. (Ward 1) Staff Recommendation: Approval
2017 July 6. Residents speak out about redevelopment of Ann Arbor's Lower Town site. MLive.
To address the current poor levels of service and to accommodate the new development, the traffic study suggests adding an exclusive right-turn lane for northbound Broadway to eastbound Maiden Lane, adding an exclusive right-turn lane for westbound Maiden Lane to outbound traffic, recalibrating signal timing, constructing a two-lane roundabout at Maiden Lane and Fuller, and installing a single-lane roundabout at the Broadway entrance to the development.
2017 June 27. 16 new drawings of $146M development proposed in Ann Arbor. MLive.
Morningside, which is working with HKM Architects and Planners Inc., released new renderings of the proposed development on Tuesday, June 27, the day after the developer met with city officials to discuss tax incentives for the project.
2017 February 6. The Brownfield Committee of the Ann Arbor City Council has a proposal regarding 1140 Broadway on its agenda. Board packet is at a2docs.
2009. All structures demolished.
1962-2009. All commercial, including the Broadway Kroger and a dry cleaner.
To 1962: Various including a junkyard and some commercial use.