Revised Met Council Population Projections
Proposed Language for Grandview Green in 2018 Comp Plan
City of Edina HRA Meeting - August, 16, 2018
Click HERE to watch.
Edina Housing Projects
Mapping Edina's Big Ideas
Click HERE to read about Edina's development plan priorities. Pages 16-17.
2015 System Statement: City of Edina
Click HERE to read about Edina's Regional Development Plan Adoption from the Met Council's Thrive MSP 2040 plans.
2008 Comprehensive Plan
Vision Edina Community Engagement Report 2014
Click HERE to read this 2014 report where "significant community input" was gathered. Pay special attention to pages 14-15 where it is noted that 29.7% of respondents in the Future Scenarios Survey were between the ages of 10 and 20.
Twin Cities Business Article
Click HERE to read "Edina: Nowhere to Go But Up" - how Edina developers want vertical density, but residents do not.
2017 Quality of Life Survey
GRANDVIEW GREEN RESOURCES
Grandview Green Transportation Study
This study was completed by Council Member Mike Fischer's firm. Council Member Fischer won the work through an RFP process after he resigned from the Grandview Task Force and before he was elected to the City Council. The Eden Ave to Halifax corridor where traffic consolidates from 4 lanes to 2 has not been studied. Click HERE
Grandview Green 5-Year Vision
The city council and mayor have claimed this is a 20-, 30-, 40-year project. This Grandview Green 5-Year Vision suggests otherwise. In this city-published document, construction is slated to begin in 2020, occupancy in 2022. Click HERE
Grandview Green History
View comprehensive timeline HERE.
Grandview Green Further Funding
$100,000 in additional funding for Grandview Green in the 9/18 draft Capital Improvement Plan. Click HERE.
Revised HRA Statement Regarding Grandview Green
Star Tribune “Edina puts brakes on Grandview Green project over Hwy. 100”
44th & FRANCE RESOURCES
4500 France Apartments Traffic Impact Study
This study depicts insufficient parking at the 4500 France Apartments development which includes retail and restaurant. In addition, Sunnyside Rd will be narrowed, eliminating current street-parking. Click HERE and see page 12.
4500 France Apartments Staff Report
This development falls short of the city's own Affordable Housing policy by 6% of what should be a 10% commitment to affordable units. Click HERE
Southwest Journal “Height a concern in 44th & France plans”