The ground-breaking at
the site of the future Eagles Landing at Lac La Belle,
128 W. Wisconsin Ave., took place Tuesday afternoon.
Pictured from left to right are: Sarah Kitsembel, city
administrator; Bill Hartness, American Legion Post 91;
Bill Winkels, American Legion Post 91 commander; Bob
Duffy, director of economic development; Dale Saeger,
past American Legion 91 commander; Mayor Dave Nold;
property owners Sue Neumann and Mark Neumann; Judy
Christensen, Stapleton Realty; Bonnie Lewis-Tschannen,
Stapleton Realty; Matt Bailey, Trio Engineering; Eric
Harrmann, AG Architecture; and Bill Peebles.
OCONOMOWOC — One of the more
significant projects in Oconomowoc is
underway as Mark and Sue Neumann broke
ground on Eagles Landing at Lac La Belle on
The building will be five
stories tall from the street perspective and
six stories from the lake side. It will
feature 21 residential condominium units,
most of which will be priced between
$650,000 and $995,000, with penthouse units
to cost more, according to a press statement
from Neumann Companies.
A restaurant and a space to
be used by the American Legion Post 91 will
also be included.
“We learned the property was
available and zoned for condominiums and we
started to dream,” Mark Neumann said in a
Neumann also said in the
statement that each residential unit will
feature a large balcony and panoramic views
of Lac La Belle.
The development will also
have a pedestrian lakefront path that is
slated to connect with Veterans Memorial
Park and Oconomowoc City Beach, just past
the Oconomowoc Community Center, 220 W.
Wisconsin Ave., Oconomowoc.
The Spinnakers restaurant
will be torn down on the property.
Demolition of the restaurant and another
property near the street on West Wisconsin
Avenue will begin this month. Construction
of the building should take nine to 12
months with an expected move in date in the
summer of 2018.
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