Cahill District Area Plan

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Overview

The purpose of this project is to draft an area plan for the Cahill District of Edina that will guide future development of the district. The area is roughly 380 acres in size; land uses include manufacturing, multi-family residential, processing, warehousing, office uses, athletic facilities, tap room, schools, and religious institutions. The site is bounded by West 70th Street to the north, Cahill Road to the west, Highway 100 to the east, and the municipal boundary to the City of Bloomington directly south of the project area. The area is bounded by multi-family to the west and north with some single and double dwelling units north of 70th Street. The buildings in this area are generally older and have experienced limited remodeling or renovation with some remodeling of existing structures over the last 10-15 years for new tenant spaces.

The City completed the Small Area Plan for the 70th & Cahill Neighborhood Node in January of 2019. An outcome of that plan was identifying the need to further study the entire Cahill District business/industrial park to determine how best to revitalize the area. The City has also received several development proposals for multi-family residential on property guided for industrial or office; however, infrastructure capacity currently limits the residential growth potential in this area.

The working group members include Kate Agnew, David Alkire, Ryan Breisach, Louis DeMars, Jamie Glover, Sarah Hu, Hilda Martinez Salgado, Amir Missaghi, Michael Morgan, Michael Schroeder, Anne Snyder, and Steve Troskey.

Overview

The purpose of this project is to draft an area plan for the Cahill District of Edina that will guide future development of the district. The area is roughly 380 acres in size; land uses include manufacturing, multi-family residential, processing, warehousing, office uses, athletic facilities, tap room, schools, and religious institutions. The site is bounded by West 70th Street to the north, Cahill Road to the west, Highway 100 to the east, and the municipal boundary to the City of Bloomington directly south of the project area. The area is bounded by multi-family to the west and north with some single and double dwelling units north of 70th Street. The buildings in this area are generally older and have experienced limited remodeling or renovation with some remodeling of existing structures over the last 10-15 years for new tenant spaces.

The City completed the Small Area Plan for the 70th & Cahill Neighborhood Node in January of 2019. An outcome of that plan was identifying the need to further study the entire Cahill District business/industrial park to determine how best to revitalize the area. The City has also received several development proposals for multi-family residential on property guided for industrial or office; however, infrastructure capacity currently limits the residential growth potential in this area.

The working group members include Kate Agnew, David Alkire, Ryan Breisach, Louis DeMars, Jamie Glover, Sarah Hu, Hilda Martinez Salgado, Amir Missaghi, Michael Morgan, Michael Schroeder, Anne Snyder, and Steve Troskey.

  • Redevelopment is largely driven by private property owners and market forces.  While the city cannot make redevelopment happen, the final plan will serve as a guide should redevelopment occur. Please answer the following to tell us what the future Cahill District should look like. 

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