Three-story apartment buildings proposed for downtown Delafield

By Katherine Michalets - Special to The Freeman

March 26, 2014

DELAFIELD - Two three-story buildings containing a total of 61 units have been proposed for downtown Delafield. The Plan Commission will begin discussion of the project at tonightís meeting.

The applicant, HSI Properties, is seeking feedback for the proposed multifamily building and site development plan for the Wells Street Station, according to the 7 p.m. meeting agenda.

The two buildings are proposed for a 1.82-acre location off of Wells Street and Lake Street. The proposed buildings are a total of 22,058 square feet in size, according to plans filed with City Hall. The paving area would be 20,280 square feet. The project would have a total green space ratio of 46.5 percent.  The plan includes 112 parking stalls, including 16 for guests. The apartments would include one or two bedrooms.

Also on the agenda is discussion of plans for a Kay Jewelers for Nagawaukee Mall.  There may also be discussion and action on a recommendation from the Park and Recreation Commission to approve the temporary business plans of operation for Clearwater Outdoor and Glacier Springs Adventure Company to provide rental equipment in St. Johnís Park during the summer months.

The Plan Commission meets at Delafield City Hall, 500 Genesee St.