Kenzie Terrace & Stinson Parkway Development (Formerly Redevelopment of Lowry Grove)

Preliminary Development Plan Submitted

The City of St. Anthony received an application from The Village, LLC for the redevelopment of the site located at 2501 Lowry Avenue (formerly the Lowry Grove manufactured home community). Staff has reviewed the application for completeness and has deemed the application complete. Plans are available to the right under Planning Commission Packet Items 2/26/18.

Staff will conduct a complete analysis of the proposal, prepare a staff report outlining their recommendations, and make that report available on February 20, 2018. 

The public hearing for the project will be on February 26, 2018, starting at 7 p.m. at the Planning Commission meeting at St. Anthony City Hall. This will include a formal presentation of the staff report and an opportunity for attendees to speak about the project.

Please contact Breanne Rothstein, city planner, with any questions or concerns at

City Council Meeting October 10, 2017

At the City Council meeting on October 10, 2017 The City Council voted unanimously on Resolution 17-070 a resolution to Deny the Comprehensive Plan Amendments, PUD Preliminary Development Plan/PUD Rezoning, and Preliminary Plat related to The Village, LLC project located at 2401 and 2501 Lowry Avenue. 

View video of October 10, 2017 City Council meeting
Signed Resolution 17-070 

Request for Continuance

September 19, 2017
The Village LLC (the developer) of the Southern Gateway Development Project has requested a two week continuance of the City Council meeting.  This matter will now be on the October 10, 2017 City Council meeting agenda.

Planning Commission Public Hearing August 28, 2017

View video of August 28, 2017 Planning Commission meeting

At the Planning Commission public hearing on August 28th, the Planning Commission recommended the following motions regarding the Southern Gateway Development Project:
  • Denial of a Comprehensive Plan Amendment to increase the density from 40 units/acre to 48 units/acre on the overall development site at 2401 and 2501 Lowry Avenue;
  • Denial of a Preliminary Planned Unit Development (PUD) Development Plan for the redevelopment plan;
  • Denial of a Preliminary Plat for the subdivision of the development site;
  • The Comprehensive Plan Amendment to re-guide the 2401 Lowry Avenue property from Commercial to High Density Residential received 4 votes in support and 2 votes against, but failed to receive a recommendation for approval, due to the necessity for a super majority (minimum of 5 affirmative votes).

All four requests will be forwarded to the City Council meeting on September 26, 2017, starting at 7:00 p.m. at City Hall. The City Council packet inlcuding the staff report, will be available online September 22, 2017.

Please contact Breanne Rothstein, city planner, with any questions or concerns at

Prior Project Updates

Concept/Sketch Plan Update Fall 2016
Preliminary Development Plan Submitted
Preliminary Development Plan Update August 8, 2017

Planning Principles

Please check back often for updates.As the process for reviewing the redevelopment of Lowry Grove nears, the city looks to its most important planning documents for guidance, including the Strategic Plan and the Comprehensive Plan. The principles and shared values to be used when reviewing development projects are below. These planning principles will be the focus of review and consideration of the Lowry Grove redevelopment. 

1) The provision of affordable housing. The city has a history of including, requiring, and financially supporting the development of affordable housing in the community, and this commitment will continue; 

2) Compatibility with surrounding land uses. It is important that new development match existing surrounding land uses in scale, height, and use; 
3) Provision of adequate public infrastructure. All new development must provide appropriate infrastructure to manage water, sewer, runoff, streets, and access, and all other infrastructure needed to adequately serve itself and protect the surrounding community; 
4) Protection of the environment. All development must meet all Federal, State, watershed district, and local requirements for environmental protection. The city will ensure all pollution and contamination is properly remediated; 
5) A fair and open public process. When a formal application is received for development, the city will provide outlets for community discourse and discussion on the proposal. 


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