News,  Zoning

Community Listening Session on 4300 Upton Project

Monday, February 13, 7:00 – 8:00 p.m.
Linden Hills Recreation Center and Online

Minneapolis City Council approved the site plan review application for a four-story, 12,000 square foot addition that will combine the parcels at 4300 and 4312 Upton and support a new office building. Learn more about the project here.

In response to community feedback about this project, LHiNC will host a community listening session to gather input and suggestions about the project. The goal will be to share this information with the developer as project details are finalized. 

The listening session will be held as part of LHiNC’s Housing and Zoning Committee Meeting on Monday, February 13 from 7:00 – 8:00 p.m. People are invited to attend in-person at the Linden Hills Recreation Center (3100 W 43rd Street) or online via Zoom. To receive log-in details for the meeting, please register here.

Questions about the session? Please email

Background: Council approval of this project came after the City Planning Commission approved the application on December 5 and two appeals filed regarding that decision were denied by the city’s Business, Inspections, Housing, and Zoning (BIHZ) Committee on January 3. The city planner assigned to the project said the commission approved the application because it fully complies with the zoning code; also a historic review done of the current structure found that it did not qualify for historic designation. You can watch a recording of the developer’s presentation during LHiNC Zoning Committee’s November meeting here.