Seven items appear on the agenda of the Cincinnati City Planning Commission's next meeting, to be held tomorrow morning at 9 A.M. on the seventh floor of Centennial Two, located Downtown at 805 Central Avenue.
The agenda includes reports and recommendations on:
- An amendment to Interim Development Control (IDC) Overlay District No. 70, Walnut Hills Business District, to reflect the draft form-based code regulating plan that was developed during last October's charrette process.
- The establishment of IDC Overlay District No. 71, CUF Neighborhood Business District, to allow the neighborhood to explore the use of form-based codes along the Calhoun-McMillan corridor.
- The establishment of IDC Overlay District No. 72, Uptown District, to help the Uptown Consortium study future development potential along Martin Luther King Drive (MLK) and Reading Road resulting from a new I-71 interchange as part of its MLK Strategic Planning Analysis.
- A new 22'-by-2' sign for Queen City Wine & Spirits at 113 E Fifth Street in the Central Business District, which is subject to City Planning Commission review under IDC Overlay District No. 66, Broadway Commons District.
- The replacement of an awning and awning signage for CheckSmart at 620 Vine Street in the Central Business District, which is subject to City Planning Commission review under IDC Overlay District No. 66, Broadway Commons District.
- A zoning change at 3257 Gilbert Avenue in Evanston from RMX Residential Mixed to RM-0.7 Residential Multi-Family, which would permit the Model Group to rehabilitate the 81-unit St. Leger Apartments into 26 units.
- The lease agreement between the City and Music Hall Revitalization Company (MHRC), which has not been finalized. Under the terms of the lease, the City would lease the property rent-free for 75 years, allowing MHRC to raise funds for a $95 million renovation project.
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