if you look at the pdf east parking would have 4 levels with 1300 spots
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Huh. Who’d a thunk that people would want to live in dense housing next to a dense retail concentration.
It’s almost like it’s a “main” street or something.
looks like the new levels would be underground since there are only elevation markers on the sporting goods store. the top of the current west ramp is at grade with 36. page 6 is the view looking east where there is elevation change so the only change on that side from 36 would be the retail fronting the parking garage to the east facing the boulavard.mamundsen wrote: ↑March 10th, 2019, 9:50 pm
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Developers are really grasping that residential and modern American grocery stores really go well together. And they seem to giving a big space for a grocery here. Placing modern American grocery stores adjacent or under residential is a major trip reducer. Placing all that on a high frequency transit line is even better.
Ped bridge over 36 is a must, unless MnDOT is going to replace the full 36/51 cloverleaf with something else. 36 remains a full freeway in any scenario, but Snelling shouldn’t be. Surely they could come up with something that moves traffic nearly as efficiently and frees up some real estate, while adding ped/bike access to Snelling between B and B2.
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Plan for a phase 2 with air-rights development over 36 towards the Rosedale Tower and those older apartment complexes? Bonus: MnDOT rebuilds the cloverleaf as a tight SPUI or similar which creates surplus land for redevelopment on the corners.
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