Stories indexed with the term ‘parking permits’

City Delays Parking Lease with University

A two-year extension on a University of Michigan lease of three city of Ann Arbor parking lots at Fuller Park has been delayed by the city council.

The council’s unanimous vote to postpone consideration of the lease agreement came at its Aug. 18, 2014 meeting, after a brief discussion. The council will take up the item again at its first meeting in October – on Oct. 6. The lease came to the council with a recommendation of approval from the park advisory commission, given at its July 15, 2014 meeting. The council now wants PAC to take another look at the agreement.

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624 Church St. Gets City Council OK

A 14-story, 116,167-square-foot building with 123 units and about 230 bedrooms – to be built at 624 Church St. in downtown Ann Arbor – has received approval from the Ann Arbor city council. The apartment building would extend to the southeast corner of Willard and Church, where the building’s entrance will be located. Existing buildings at 624 Church Street and 1117 Willard would be torn down.

624 Church, Ann Arbor planning commission, The Ann Arbor Chronicle Rendering of 624 Church apartments, looking south from South University. Zaragon Place is pictured to the west, immediately next to the proposed 624 Church building. (Image … [Full Story]

Revised 624 Church St. Gets Parking OK

A revision to a proposed residential development at 624 Church St. in downtown Ann Arbor has resulted in approval by the Ann Arbor Downtown Development Authority board for the purchase of additional monthly parking permits – up to 48 such permits. The action was taken at the DDA board’s Nov. 6, 2013 meeting. The spaces will be provided in the Forest Avenue parking structure.

The original proposal for 624 Church, which received site plan approval from the city council at its March 4, 2013 meeting, was for a 13-story, 83-unit apartment building with approximately 181 beds. And for that version, the Ann Arbor DDA had authorized the project to purchase up to 42 monthly permits through the city’s contribution-in-lieu (CIL) … [Full Story]