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Downtown/Flats Design Review Case Report

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Project Information

Downtown/Flats Case #  DF 2011-012

Address: 2105 Ontario Street
Company: KA, Inc.
Architect: Craig Wasserman
Description:

The proposed Welcome Center supports valet parking drop off / pick up, valet lobby, 4,900 sf of street level retail on corner of Prospect and Ontario and 342-car, 5 supported level parking garage connected to existing Gateway North Parking Garage.  Welcome Center connects to Higbee Building with a pedestrian bridge at second level of Phase 1 Casino.  The project when combined withthe Gateway North parking garage provided proximate, convenient, safe, secure, well-lit parkingand valet service for the casino, addressing approximately 50% of the casino's reequired parking. 

 

 

Notes:  

Committee Actions/Submissions

Date: May 12, 2011
Committee: Staff
Action Type: Initial Plan Submission
Conditions/Notes:  
 
Date: May 19, 2011
Committee: Local Design Review Committee
Action Type: Conceptual Approval
Conditions:  

Actually the Committee and the Planning Commission granted a schematic approval. 

 
Date: May 20, 2011
Committee: City Planning Commission
Action Type: Conceptual Approval
Conditions:  

Again, this was a schematic approval. 

Date: August 1, 2011
Committee: Staff
Action Type: Revised Plan Submission
Conditions/Notes:  
 
Date: August 18, 2011
Committee: Local Design Review Committee
Action Type: Approved
Conditions:  

Actually, there is no record of this project coming back to the Downtown/Flats DRAC on this date. But there is no way to skip this part and just record the CPC action.

 
Date: August 19, 2011
Committee: City Planning Commission
Action Type: Approved
Conditions:  

Adjust placement of the horizontal scrim line on valet canopy to line up with the horizontal line on the garage behind it. Consideration should be given to the placement of public art in the pedestrian plaza between the valet entrance and the Garage.