Flagstar Bank – 3600 Plymouth Location: Timeline

  • 2015-May-4 The site plan for the Flagstar Bank at 3600 Plymouth Road appeared on the May 4, 2015 agenda of the Ann Arbor City Council. The site plan was recommended for approval by the City Planning commission at its March 17, 2015 meeting on a 7-1 vote on the nine-member commission, with dissent from Commissioner Bonnie Bona and absence by Eleanore Adenekan, The site plan includes a bank building with a drive-thru facility. It proposes to divide off a 1-acre parcel at the northeast corner of the existing Holiday Inn hotel site and construct a 2,840 sq ft bank with a drive thru facility and 16 parking spaces. A special exception use for the drive thru facility was approved by the Planning Commission on March 17, 2015. According to the staff memo accompanying the resolution, developer addressed issues raised by Planning Commission by revising the site layout, with the proposed northern entrance drive moved back to its original location to save the 22-inch landmark Pin Oak tree located on the southwest corner of the site. The Zoning Board of Appeals granted a variance at its March 25, 2015 meeting to allow a drive-thru facility to be located between the proposed bank building and a street. The US-23 onramp is considered a street as it is public right-of-way.