Wayzata City Council approves condo plans for Meyer Bros. Dairy site 

The 75-year-old vacant Meyer Bros. Dairy building on the west end of downtown Wayzata will be redeveloped into a three-story condo development. (Sun Sailor file photo by Jason Jenkins)

The Wayzata City Council has given the go-ahead for Meyer Place on Ferndale, a condo development on the Meyer Bros. Dairy site in downtown Wayzata.

The development application from Homestead Partners and the property owner, Meyer Properties, includes demolishing the existing, 75-year-old vacant building at 105 Lake Street E. and constructing a three-story building with room for up to 21 residential condominium units and 52 underground parking spaces.

The council, at its Dec. 20 meeting, discussed the application, which included the request for approval of rezoning the site from C-4A, limited central business district, to planned unit development. According to the city’s planning report, the applicant requested the rezoning to planned unit development because the project deviates from two of the requirements of the C-4A zoning district: A maximum building height requirement of 30 feet, or two stories, and the requirement that at least 50 percent of the building frontage on the Lake Street ground level must be used for retail or service commercial use.

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