MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The Chanhassen City Council voted unanimously Monday night to rezone Prince’s Paisley Park.

The rezoning will allow the late superstar’s home and recording studio to become a museum. And the council’s 5-0 vote Monday means tours of the iconic structure will resume.

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The city initially put plans for a museum on hold, citing traffic and public safety concerns. After granting Paisley Park a temporary permit, limited tours took place earlier this month.

For now, guests will continue riding buses to the property, as the city will still require a traffic study to address concerns about pedestrian safety, traffic and parking.

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Also for now, Chanhassen is prohibiting several things at Paisley Park including outdoor events and liquor sales and consumption.

The museum, which features a lot of Prince memorabilia, and also his ashes, is expected to bring in hundreds of thousands of visitors a year.

Paisley Park’s website says tours will begin again on Friday, and guests can now buy tickets through December. Tickets for 2017 are expected to go on sale by mid-November 2016.

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Prince died April 21 from an accidental painkiller overdose at Paisley Park.