Historic Preservation: Historic Preservation Is ‘Related’ To Zoning

Thursday, October 17, 2013 12:00 am
 
Land Use Law Report, Volume 41, Number 10
 

The City of Minneapolis must act on all historic preservation applications for certificates of appropriateness within 60 days because such applications are "related to zoning."

Facts: 500 LLC, a real estate firm, owns a vacant four-story building in the City of Minneapolis’ warehouse district. In September 2008, 500 LLC sought site plan approval for a proposed development. Before the Minneapolis City Council could review the site plan application, the Minneapolis Heritage Preservation Commission (the Preservation Commission) nominated the building to be a local historic landmark. This nomination prohibited any destruction or "inappropriate alteration" of the building during the landmark designation process unless the owner obtained a "certificate of appropriateness."

In May 2009, 500 LLC applied for a certificate of appropriateness, which the City Co[..]

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