from Riverfront Plaza, a 56-unit apartment project has been
proposed for the vacant lot between the Main Street Plaza and
the empty former Panos building on Main Street in downtown
— Apartment project proposals keep coming for downtown Waukesha,
with the latest suggested for the vacant lot between the Main Street
Plaza and the empty former Panos building.
64-unit, five-story building has been proposed by Brookfield-based
Sterling Investment Real Estate and will be discussed at the Aug. 24
Plan Commission meeting.
Clearpoint, the project would include 56 one-bedroom, one-bath units
and eight two-bedroom, two-bath units and would be five stories in
height, according to plans filed with the city.
plans consist of residential units on top of a concrete podium with
two levels of indoor parking on Main Street near the Barstow Street
intersection. The parking is in the lower level and the first floor
level, with residences on the second through fifth floors. According
to the documents, the project would only include the one building
with one phase of development. The total area of the building is
approximately 110,000 square feet with 98 covered parking spaces in
the building and four surface spaces for a total of 102 spaces.
vacant lot at one time was the site of a Walgreens store, but has
been empty for many years.
this coming Wednesday’s Plan Commission meeting, an expansion at
La Casa de Esperanza on Arcadian and North Hartwell avenues, as well
as final site plan and architectural review for Mad Rooster, planned
for the former Hardee’s site at NW Barstow and Bank Street, will
for a three-tenant building to be constructed in the parking lot of
the former Kmart building at East Avenue and Sunset Drive are also
on the agenda. The Kmart has been renovated into an Xperience
Fitness and Dollar Tree. A separate building has been proposed for
the parking lot. The tenants have yet to be announced for the
building, which may include a sandwich restaurant and a coffee shop.
Plan Commission will also take up a proposal for Villas at Timber
Ridge condominiums proposed for Timber Ridge Drive. The project was
approved in 2013, but never completed, according to city documents.
A new developer has taken over the project and has made changes to
the plans to make it more marketable, according to the documents.
changes include 40 units instead of the 52 originally approved that
would also be constructed in a one-story duplex design. City staff is
recommending approval of the revised plans but suggests the masonry
base be extended along the side elevations adjacent to Timber Ridge
Plan Commission will meet 6:30 p.m. Wednesday in the City Hall
Council Chambers, 201 Delafield St.
next week, the Ordinance & License Committee will again discuss
the sex offender residency restrictions and possible amendments to
them. The committee will meet in the Council Chambers at 6 p.m.