Tag Archives | Minneapolis 2040

Brit Builds an ADU: The Surveyor and the Height Problem

Hey! It’s been a while, huh? We are out of spring and well into summer, and our project finally is getting into the swing of things. I owe y’all a few updates. When we last left off, we were concerned about what type of accessory dwelling unit (ADU) was possible on our property. So, we […]

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Brit Builds an ADU: Infill and Transportation

So, as I mentioned in the first installment I sometimes take the bus for errands and to get to meetings. As part of the city’s desire to reduce congestion by encouraging public transit Accessory Dwelling Units are not required to have additional parking space of their own. We are likely to either replace our current two […]

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Festivus 2018: Triplexes For the Rest Of Us!

Tomorrow is Festivus! Join us in honoring this celebration with appropriate decor and activities. The Festivus Pole We shall start the observance with a pole. While the traditional Festivus pole is aluminum, we feel that a proper Festivus pole for 2018 is the aluminum posts that hold up yard signs, no matter how ridiculous the […]

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Sunday Summary – December 16, 2018

There’s still time (but not much) to get your tickets to our FUNdraiser. We would love to see you on Wednesday, December 19 for entertainment and refreshment, as well as asking you to financially support our work. If you want multiple reasons to buy a ticket, make a donation, or become a member of streets.mn, […]

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Minneapolis’ Secret 2040 Sauce was Engagement

Around the country, people advocating to build abundant homes are asking how Minneapolis did it. Why is Minneapolis the city passing a comprehensive plan that ends exclusionary zoning and allows triplexes everywhere? There are a multitude of reasons why. We’ve long had an active urbanist community, fostered by discussion on streets.mn, a nationally recognized bike […]

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Sunday Summary – November 11, 2018

Join us! Support us! Tomorrow is the last day for you to apply to join the streets.mn Board; here’s Why You Should Apply for the streets.mn Board of Directors.  Not ready to join the Board? There are more ways to support streets.mn, including Give to the Max Day this Thursday, November 15, 2018; here’s more information […]

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Sunday Summary – October 21, 2018

streets.mn is looking for new board members! There are many reasons to consider joining us, but here’s a powerful one: Fight Climate Breakdown by Joining the streets.mn Board!. Take a look at our (updated) mission, then click to learn about what we ask of board members, and then consider applying.     Minneapolis 2040 The Minneapolis 2040 […]

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Big Developers, Big Business, Big Southwest Agree on Mpls 2040

The Star Tribune got big local developer Kelly Doran to talk about Minneapolis 2040, a plan that would allow more housing across all parts of the city. Doran said 2040 was “silly,” and that triplexes won’t turn him a profit. He even sees it as a threat to neighborhood character. It’s funny because Doran is constructing […]

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The Minneapolis 2040 Comp Plan is Still Worth Supporting

I had the wonderful opportunity to give a summary of the changes to the comp plan to a gathering of Neighbors for More Neighbors recently. Here’s what I said: The second draft of the comp plan is out. A “wide spectrum” of comments were received, and our comments were heard. I’d like to give a […]

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Sunday Summary – October 7, 2018

An exciting/appalling week in national politics last week complete with a visit to Rochester by President Trump. Back home in Minneapolis, the next draft of the Minneapolis 2040 Plan was released and you can read more about that below plus everything else from last week on streets.mn: Minneapolis 2040 Minneapolis Inclusionary Zoning Debate Kicks off […]

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