Description: Revitalization of Peavey Plaza
Status: On hold.
The City selected oslund.and.associates in November 2010 to provide landscape architecture services for the revitalization of the City-owned Peavey Plaza. A design was developed in 2011 in collaboration with a Community Engagement Committee, and the City Council approved the Concept Plan for that design in November, 2011. Construction documents for that approved design were largely completed by mid-2012.
A permit to demolish the existing plaza was granted in May of 2012, but a lawsuit to block demolition because of its historic significance was filed in June of 2012. In January, 2013, Peavey Plaza was formally added to the National Register of Historic Places. The lawsuit has yet to be resolved, and thus the scope of revitalization work that eventually might be completed, the schedule and the budget all are currently unknown.
Project Scope: Unknown at this time.
Schedule: Unknown at this time.
Budget: Unknown at this time. The 2010 Minnesota Legislature approved $2,000,000 in state bonds funds as a grant to the City for revitalization of the plaza.
Contact Ann Calvert at (612) 673-5023 for further information.
Information on 2010 – 2011 Process and Concept Plan Approved in 2011:
- Annotated Site Plan
- PowerPoint Summary
- Water Wall and Concert
- Nicollet Including Pergola
- Nicollet Including Concessions and Trees
- Night Aerial
- Day Aerial
- Winter Including Skating Rink
- Frequently asked questions
- Public Comments to the Concept Design for Revitalized Peavey Plaza
- Plan noting the layout of Peavey Plaza and adjacent Orchestra Hall
- October 25, 2011, report to City Council approving Concept Plan and authorizing design and consulting contracts
- November 2010, report to City Council authorizing design contract with oslund.and.associates
- September 2010, report to City Council authorizing a Request for Proposals to be issued for plaza design
Last updated Aug. 5, 2013