Thursday's Zoning and Planning Commission Meeting Regarding Addison Building Height Rescheduled
It appears the developer doesn't have all of the paperwork in order yet.
The Zoning and Planning Commission public hearing scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 24, was rescheduled, according to a press release distributed at 12:54 p.m. Thursday by the city of Elmhurst.
The meeting is being rescheduled for Feb. 28.
The hearing was originally scheduled to hear a request from Arco Murray/Addison Corridor LLC, which is seeking a conditional use permit to build a six story building (68 feet high) at 135-149 N. Addison St. Current zoning only allows for four stories (45 feet high).
The hearing was canceled due to the fact that an application for associated setback variations has not yet been received and has not yet been publicized in the local media.
The hearing, referenced as Case #13P-01, will be re-publicized and rescheduled for Feb. 28 to include not only the request for conditional use for building height, but also for associated set-back variations.
Arco Murray/Addison Corridor LLC is planning retail, office space and parking for the property.