Storage Werks first component of new town center development

By News Graphic Staff

Sept. 19, 2017

 Breaking ground on the town of Cedarburg’s new Town Center Development are, from left, Supervisor Thomas Esser, Chairman David Salvaggio, Supervisors Bill Wattson, Wayne Pipkorn and Gary Wickert, Matt Burow of Storage Werks and Mike Frede of Venture Space.
Photo by Art Dahlke

CEDARBURG — A groundbreaking was held Sept. 6 to mark the beginning of construction on a four-lot development in the 5 Corners Business District.

The first component, Storage Werks self-storage, will occur on the 11-acre parcel in the northeast corner of the 62-plus acre development and will provide 288 units.

The entrance road serving the development will have turn lanes off Highway 60, with grading underway.

Developer Mike Frede is planning on submitting plans for commercial condominiums – for contractors or storage – on the 7-acre parcel in the southeast corner of the property in 2018.

Meanwhile, the Town Board and Park and Recreation Committee continue the process of planning for the Cedarburg Sports Complex on 33 acres in the southwest portion of the development.

View the webpage with all the latest information on the sports complex at Click on “Cedarburg Sports Complex Renderings and Info.” This page includes the latest renderings and site plan.

The town continues to converse with area youth sports groups and has reached out to the city of Cedarburg to discuss partnership options to make this a true community sports complex. The final component of the development is the 11-acre parcel zoned for retail located along Highway 60, with a developer yet to be determined.