the month, the city’s Plan Commission recommended approval of
the zoning amendment at the 4.5-acre parcel at 2027-2121 S. Main
property is in aldermanic District 4, represented by Alderman
district recently had a 168-unit development proposal that drew
the attention of single-family subdivision residents.
residents attended several Plan Commission meetings expressing
concerns about this development.
members did not elect to set a public hearing for the
developer’s most recent concept proposal on the grounds that it
was too much for the area and offered no buffer between multi-
and single-family housing.
said the development proposal going to Council on Monday has not
drawn any concern from constituents as of Friday afternoon.
expect any concerns from residents either, considering the
smaller scale of the plans in addition to its proximity to other
said open space in District 4 is likely what attracts
more room for growth in our district,” he said, noting the city
annexed a lot of the district’s land from the town of West Bend,
a more rural area.
managing principal with AcQuest Property Group, said the new
buildings will replace a single-family home and duplex, adding a
net of nine units to the parcel.
in a previous Daily News story he does not think they will have
a problem filling the units based on residential demand at their