PROPOSED APARTMENT BUILDING
MWF Properties LLC is proposing to construct 60-units of workforce housing on the NW corner of Mounds View Boulevard and Groveland Road. The apartment building would be three stories tall and include one, two, and three-bedroom units, underground and surface parking. The Developer is requesting financial assistance from the Mounds View Economic Development Authority (EDA). If approved, residents would have an income limit of 60% of the area median income, e.g. maximum of $46,380 for a family of three. Project approval will include several phases. If approved, construction is planned spring 2018 through spring 2019.
If you have questions, please contact Jon Sevald at (763) 717-4022 or email@example.com. Meetings are as follows:
Feb 16, 2017 - Neighborhood meeting held by MWF Properties
April 5, 2017 - Planning Commission (rezoning & conditional use permit)
April 24, 2017 - City Council (rezoning)
May 8, 2017 - City EDA (Housing Tax Increment Financing)
May 8, 2017 - City Council (rezoning & conditional use permit - PUBLIC HEARING)
July 19, 2017 - Planning Commission (Major Subdivision & Development Review)
July 24, 2017 - City Council (Major Subdivision - PUBLIC HEARING)
Aug 2, 2017 - Planning Commission (Development Review cont.)
Aug 14, 2017 - City Council (Major Subdivision - PUBLIC HEARING cont.)
Aug 16, 2017 - Planning Commission (Development Review cont.)
Sep, 2017 - Action on the MWF project postponed at the request of the developer to give them time to resolve access issues with Ramsey County to and from the proposed development from Mounds View Boulevard.
Dec 11, 2017 - City Council (Preliminary Plat, Development Review cont.)
TBD - City Council (Final Plat)
TBD - City EDA (Housing Tax Increment Financing - PUBLIC HEARING)
INH PROPERTIES AT CROSSROAD POINTE
INH Properties is proposing to construct a 124-168 unit market rate apartment building at Crossroad Pointe, a City Owned 4.25 acre redevelopment site located across from Moe's restaurant. The developers are in the planning phase with concepts that include retail and/or a specialty retail component. The 4-story building will have underground parking, and other proposed features including but not limited to: a designated pet area, individual storage units, open lounge, private party room, fitness studio, bike storage, electric car charging station, car wash, outdoor seating, outdoor swimming pool, theater, gas grills and fire pit, on-site management. Internet, Cable, and Washer/dryer in unit all included in rent. A few options have been proposed for the retail component like smaller coffee shops, sandwich shops, etc. One option being proposed for the specialty retail component is a partially membership driven higher class indoor gun club & range including and a possible law enforcement training simulator. If this options isn't chosen, more apartment units or some additional retail may be added in place of the gun club. An open house was held on September 21, 2017 at the Mounds View Community Center at 6:00 p.m. Video of the meeting is available on the Mounds View YouTube channel.
2006 City acquires Premium Stop gas station (2394 Mounds View Blvd)
2006 Premium Stop demolished
2006 DSU/Bonestroo completes market analysis and planning study
2006-2012 Begin marketing then Housing Recession hits no interest by developers
2013 City acquires Roberts and Taiko restaurants
2013 Roberts & Taiko demolished
2014 Stantec completes redevelopment study
2015 City Council & Commissioners tour three developments in St. Anthony (Dominium), St. Louis Park (Bader Development), and Osseo, (The Beard Group)
2015 The Beard Group proposes Phase 1 to include 119 units (market rate).
2016 City enters into a preliminary development agreement with The Beard Group
2016 The Beard Group withdraws from the preliminary development agreement
2017 Three proposals from; (1) Dominium, (2) Global Real Estate/Krause-Anderson, and (3) INH Properties
Jul 17, 2017 - City Council heard proposals for development from three developers.
Aug 21, 2017 - City Council heard proposal a second time from all three developers and chose INH Properties.
Sep 21, 2017 - INH Properties Open House/neighborhood meeting at Community Center from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
Sep 25, 2017 - City Council provides 5-0 consensus for INH to proceed with apartments including in-door shooting range as part of the project (Plan A), and to include alternative option without the range (Plan B).
Dec 4, 2017 - City Council held a Worksession to review and discuss a draft Preliminary Development Agreement.
January 8, 2018 - Mounds View Economic Development Authority approved the Preliminary Development Agreement for INH Properties.
January 16, 2018 - INH Properties begins Due Dilligence process.
LONG LAKE ROAD
Please view the document "Long Lake Road Improvements" for information.
Please click here to learn more about the 2017 Street and Utility Improvement Project.
MOUNDS VIEW PUBLIC WORKS FACILITY
SITE WORK/BUILDING DEMOLITION TO START ON APRIL 17, 2017
The old Public Works building is demolished. Only eight truck loads of material were transported to the landfill, the rest has been recycled.
Site work and grading is on-going.
The City of Mounds View has partnered with the City of Coon Rapids and other North Metro cities in order to complete routine street maintenance through a Joint Powers Agreement (JPA).
Pearson Bros., Inc. will be completing the seal coating on June 27, 2017. They anticipate the sealcoating to take one day.
2017 SEWER REHABILITATION
The 2017 sewer rehabilitation project involves rehabilitation of deteriorated gravity sanitary and storm sewer pipe with inline cured-in-place pipe (CIPP) for approximately 4,189 linear feet of 8 inch VCP, 133 linear feet of 24 inch RCP, mobilization, and grouting of all lateral services.
Five bids were received and Insituform Technologies USA, LLC of White Bear Lake, Minnesota was the low bidder. The contract was awarded at the May 22, 2017, City Council meeting.
CITY HALL AND COMMUNITY CENTER PARKING LOTS MILL & OVERLAY
The project involves 1.5 inch mill and 2 inch overlay of the City Hall and Community Center parking lots which will include mobilization, 11,700 square yards of mill, 1,170 gallons of tack coating, 1,315 tons of type SP 9.5 wearing course mixture, remove and replace 110 square feet of 6 inch thick concrete sidewalk, remove and replace 120 linear feet of curb and gutter (to match existing), and 5,410 linear feet of stripping.
Seven bids were received and Bituminous Roadways, Inc. of Mendota Heights, Minnesota was the low bidder. The contract was awarded at the June 12, 2017, City Council meeting.
COUNTY PROJECTSLONG LAKE ROAD/MOUNDS VIEW BLVD INTERSECTION