Thank you so much to Patrick Murphy and Bob McKenna from the City of Chicago’s Department of Planning and Development for putting on such an informative presentation on the underlying zoning governing the potential One Central development and the area’s existing planned developments. Below is a copy of the presentation offered at the meeting:
One Central Zoning Public Meeting Presentation
In addition, as promised during the meeting, Alderman Dowell worked with the Department of Planning and Development to publicly post the existing PD 499 documents and master plans. These files are below, organized in approxmate chronological order by type, and named for what function they serve (establishing the PD, amending the PD, establishing a Master Plan, etc.). If you have any questions regarding the presentation, the existing planned developments or the One Central project in general, please contact Alderman Dowell’s office at 773-373-9273 or email Ward03@cityofchicago.org.
PD499-Master Plan 1 – 1991
PD499-Master Plan 1 – 1993 – Amend. 1
PD499-Master Plan 1 – 1994 – Amend. 2
PD499-Master Plan 2 – 1999
PD499-Master Plan 2 – 2001 – Amend. 1
PD499-Master Plan 2 – 2005 – Amend. 2 – 1 of 2
PD499-Master Plan 2 – 2005 – Amend. 2 – 2 of 2
PD499-Master Plan 2 – 2008 – Amend. 3 – 1 of 2
PD499-Master Plan 2 – 2008 – Amend. 3 – 2 of 2
PD499-Master Plan 2 – 2015 – Amend. 4
Click here for the PDF version of this press release.
Recently Alderman Dowell has delivered two State of the Ward Presentations for the communities that cover the 3rd Ward. Below you will find a copy of these presentations. If you have any questions about the contents of the presentations, please contact the 3rd Ward Public Service Office at 773-373-9273.
State of the Ward Bronzeville
State of the South Loop Presentation
Alderman Dowell and Bob Dunn of Landmark Development sat down with WTTW to discuss the latest on the proposed One Central project. To watch the interview please click here.
Alderman Dowell has asked the Chicago Police Department for a statistical analysis of crime incidents in the 3rd Ward since 2001 in order to give residents a better understanding of what is happening in our neighborhood. The CPD has completed this study and has released a table breaking down crime in the 3rd Ward by type from years 2001 to 2019.
After taking the sufficient time to review the comments submitted by residents both to my office and at the recent Town Hall meeting, I wanted to share my thoughts on the proposal.