Plans for Heritage senior living advance in Delafield

Freeman Staff

July 8, 2015

DELAFIELD —The Common Council approved the landscape and specific implementation plans for the Heritage apartment project in Village Square during its meeting Monday.

The plans from United Properties and MSP call for a building containing independent living, assisted living and memory care.

Mayor Michele DeYoe said during a recent Plan Commission meeting the members voted to remove a walking path from the plans that Alderman Kent Attwell had proposed. The Common Council reaffirmed the commission’s decision, she said.

Lighting must still be addressed to reduce the effect on neighboring Vettelson Road residences. DeYoe said shields may be put on the light fixtures or light bulbs removed. Also, building lights must face downward to minimize their effect on neighbors.

Also at the meeting, the developer for Wells Street Station was granted an extension for installing a paver sidewalk until big summer events are finished.