Located near the corner of Church Street & the interstate, the former dairy plant is slated to become a vibrant mixed use district. Plans have been submitted for the property to construct 4 buildings which includes 3 towers at 45, 35, and 30 stories tall. The property takes up the entire block between 14th & 15th Avenues North. The address is 1401 Church Street.
This development will add to a collection of tall buildings along this vital midtown gateway, including the Beaman Site, The Reed District, and other developments along church street. A request for site plan approval has been submitted for the collection of properties that make up the 3.85-acre site. Currently zoned MUI-A, the request will permit a mixed use development. The request was submitted by Hastings on behalf of the property owners. Here’s the quick rundown:
1401 Church Street
- What’s Now: Dairy Plant
- What’s Next: Mixed-use Development
- Developer: CCB Developments, LLC
- Architect: Hastings
- Landscape: HDLA
- Civil: CSDG
The plans are conceptual and provide building massing sketches of approximate building sizes and locations. The same goes for the site plans and circulation for both pedestrians and vehicles.
Tower 1 is proposed as 30 stories and is located along Church Street. Tower 2 is proposed as 35 Stories and is located along 15th Avenue North. Tower 3 proposes 45 stories and is located along Grundy Street. The plans note that all three towers will have a maximum floor plate of 15,000 SF above the 7th floor. Additionally there is a 4th building located along 14th Avenue North which is 7 stories.
The overall site is connected through a plaza which sits above the street level. The plaza has multiple entry points for both pedestrians and vehicles. Access up to the pedestrian plaza is proposed through landscaped stair ramps while vehicular access is from the street level. There is also a street level sidewalk surrounding the development.
The plans didn’t provide much in terms of building uses or renderings for greater context. Be sure to check back for more as the development progresses through the permitting, design, and construction phases. The project is slated for the 9/22/22 Metro Planning Agenda.
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