hpb preview: october

Susan Askew
Susan Askew

hpb preview: october:

potential historic designation for international inn, north shore and normandy isles

HPB Preview
Tuesday, October 10, 9:00 am
City Hall, Commission Chambers
Full agenda
Televised live on MBTV
It’s two for one at the HPB next week… two meetings in one, that is. After an August recess, Irma forced cancellation of the September meeting.
Among the highlights:
Potential historic designation for International Inn
A progress report on Staff’s findings with regard to the International Inn in North Beach following an inquiry from the HPB on how to keep it from falling further into disrepair. Staff is recommending the Board initiate a formal report as part of the process to designate the building historic. Once completed, the report would be presented at a public hearing and then, if the Board chooses, it would be transmitted to the Planning Board and Commission for further action. Details.

Progress reports on the designation of two Historic Districts in North Beach:
North Shore and Normandy Isles
947 Lincoln Road: The Board has sent the applicant back to the drawing board a few times on this one. The application is for the near total demolition of the existing 2-story “contributing” structure and construction of a new 2-story building. Details.

Lincoln Road Master Plan design and lighting modifications. Details.

626, 640, 650 Ocean Drive: Seeking Certificate of Appropriateness for the introduction of an outdoor bar within the ground level courtyard and permission to exceed the allowable hours of operation for an outdoor bar counter as well as installation of retractable awning structures to the east facades of the Park Central and Imperial Hotels. Details.

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