MK Plan for Zoning Overlay

Critical Areas

Wednesday, May 13th, 2015

Critical Area #17

38th Street between Carrollton Avenue and the Monon Rail-Trail Why Critical: Large single-family residences dominate the land use mix. Many of these houses have been converted to multi-family or office uses. Retail structures can be found on northwest and northeast corner of 38th Street and Winthrop Avenue. Recommendations: See Land Use and Design Recommendations for

Wednesday, May 13th, 2015

Critical Area #16

Intersection of 38th Street and College Avenue Why Critical: The commercial area at College Avenue is the most notable retail node along the 38th Street within Meridian Kessler. There is a mix of historic two-story structures and...

Wednesday, May 13th, 2015

Critical Area #15

38th Street between Pennsylvania and Broadway streets Why Critical: This area contains a mix of historic two- to three-story apartment houses and similarly-scaled commercial buildings, which gives an architecturally and historically significant character to the area. A...

Wednesday, May 13th, 2015

Critical Area #14

Intersection of 38th and Meridian streets Why Critical: The intersection of 38th and Meridian streets is meaningful as the point where the symbolic centerline of the City (Meridian Street) crosses from the center part of the city...

Wednesday, May 13th, 2015

Critical Area #13

Southeast corner of Central Avenue and 40th Street. Why Critical: This site is developed with a three-story brick building (constructed 1916) and parking area for approximately 30 vehicles. It is zoned SU-38, which permits the site to...

Wednesday, May 13th, 2015

Critical Area #12

Monon Trail at 42nd Street Why Critical: Major state institutions can be found on the east side of the Monon with the state School for the Deaf to the north and the State Fairgrounds to the south.  ...

Wednesday, May 13th, 2015

Critical Area #10 + 11

Northeast corner of Central Avenue and 42nd Street. Why Critical: St. Joan of Arc Catholic Church occupies the site. Through the years the church has expanded by purchasing adjacent properties and vacating an alley and a portion...

Wednesday, May 13th, 2015

Critical Area #9

Northeast corner of Central Avenue and 44th Street. Why Critical: This property is zoned residential (D2), but has a use variance to permit the building to be used for “office-type businesses generally accepted to be permitted by...

Wednesday, May 13th, 2015

Critical Area #8

College Avenue at 46th Street Why Critical: Three of the corners (northeast, southeast, southwest) of this intersection are zoned C-3. A church occupies the northwest corner and is zoned SU-1. The SU-1 zoning also extends to the...

Wednesday, May 13th, 2015

Critical Area #7

Monon Trail at 49th Street Why Critical: The west side of this intersection on either side of 49th Street is zoned C-7 which is a high intensity commercial zoning. On the southeast corner, the property is zoned...

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