rendering of the proposed Worthington apartments on West
Wisconsin Avenue across from City Beach in Oconomowoc.
-The five-story residential apartment building that is being
built from the ground up across the street from City Beach
on Wisconsin Avenue will most likely have occupants by
one of the managers for the development of Worthington
Apartments, said that is the target timeline for the
construction and completion of the apartments.
interest already with some people pre-leasing here,” he said.
This comes as
a pleasant surprise to Felker, as the apartments are still under
construction. The developers have only just finished the setting
of concrete for the one floor of underground parking and the
second floor of parking.
the next step is panelization, or the process during which wall,
floor and roof sections are made and then assembled at the site.
will reach approximately 60 feet in height with a total of 44
two-bedroom units and 16 one-bedroom units.
the unique aspect to the apartments at 233 W. Wisconsin Ave.,
are the nine- to 10-foot ceilings, a style design normally seen
“We are very
pleased with the interest we’ve seen so far and people can go to
our Facebook page for more information,” Felker said.
also call 299-8073 for more information.
was originally presented when the city drafted a non-binding
document that swapped city-owned property across from the
community center on West Wisconsin Avenue with property owned by
Worthington Apartments representatives on Main Street that have
now been razed.