Among the development projects the Eden Prairie City Council will consider at its Tuesday, Aug. 17 meeting is a plan for a Holiday gas station, car wash, and convenience store and a 10-bay Auto Care World auto repair business next door, all on an undeveloped, four-acre site at the intersection of Pioneer Trail/County Road 1 and Hennepin Town Road in southeastern Eden Prairie.
It’s a project the Eden Prairie Planning Commission turned down on an 8-0 vote June 14 in the face of significant neighborhood opposition.
Also on Tuesday’s city council agenda are:
- Asian Plaza, an Asian-themed mix of grocery, restaurant, retail, and office uses that would occupy the former Gander Mountain building at 12160 Technology Drive.
- A plan to replace the long-closed Burger King restaurant at Highway 5 and County Road 4 with a new Burger King building.
The Asian Plaza and new Burger King were recommended for approval by the planning commission. The city council meeting starts at 7 p.m. Tuesday in the Council Chambers of the Eden Prairie City Center, 8080 Mitchell Road.
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