OCONOMOWOC — One of the city’s more interesting ongoing
stories reached its climax Tuesday when the Common
Council approved the redevelopment agreement for Fowler
Fowler Lake LLC announced this spring its intentions of
building the five-story, 180,000-square-foot mixed use
condominium development on vacant land located at the
corner of St. Paul Street and East Pleasant Avenue,
across from City Hall.
amount of condominiums involved has changed several
times. According to a Wednesday examination of the
project’s website, Fowler Lake Village is now slated to
feature 28 residential condominium units priced from
$349,000 each. Fowler Lake Village will also feature
commercial units starting from 515 square feet to 3,525
Oconomowoc Common Council voted in February to settle a
lawsuit against the city for the previously proposed
Fowler Lake Village, which its developers had hoped to
build behind City Hall by Fowler Lake, an area the city
is currently upgrading via its own Fowler Lake
redeveloper’s agreement outlines the responsibilities of
both the city and Fowler Lake LLC for the project.
Before the build can start, the certified survey map and
condominium plat will have to be approved by the Plan
Commission and council. A vote on those items will
likely occur in the coming weeks.
other council news, the aldermen approved ordinances to
amend the city’s comprehensive land use plan for a more
than a 30-acre portion of Pabst Farms Development and to
rezone lands in that development to business park.
Pabst Farms Development wants to build a high-density
residential structure on the parcel of land, which is
located on the northeast corner of Old School House Road
and Valley Road.