Corcoran Midtown Revival Plan
The Corcoran Midtown Revival Plan reflects a vision for the Corcoran neighborhood in the vicinity of the Lake Street/Midtown LRT Station. It stems from and builds upon the Hiawatha/Lake Station Area Master Plan. The Plan was adopted by the City Council on October 11th, 2002. Read the staff report and recommendations (pdf) adopted by the City Planning Commission on September 23rd, 2002.
Comments or questions about the Plan can be directed to:
Paul Mogush, Principal Planner
Minneapolis Planning Department
250 S 4th Street, Room 110
Minneapolis, MN 55415
The Corcoran Midtown Revival Plan was funded by the Corcoran Neighborhood Organization through a grant by the Metropolitan Council.
Full copies of the Corcoran Midtown Revival Plan are available to review at the Corcoran Neighborhood Organization, the East Lake Library, the Government Documents Department of the Central Library, and the Municipal Information Library collection.
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Table of Contents
Part One: Introduction
Part Two: Conditions
Part Three: Vision and Themes
Part Four: Master Plan
Part Five: Midtown Revival Design Policy
Part Six: Implementation
Appendix A: "Foundation" Planning Documents
Appendix B: Mark Conditions and Development Opportunities
Appendix C: Financial Toolbox
Last updated Apr. 23, 2012