rendering of a 36,546-square-foot manufacturing
facility being pitched for a vacant parcel off
Corporate Drive in the Waukesha Corporate Center
business park on the city’s far south side.
of Waukesha/Briohn Design Group
— When the Waukesha Plan Commission gathers Wednesday
evening, one of the bigger items it will be asked to
review is a preliminary site plan for a 36,546-square-foot
manufacturing facility being proposed for the Waukesha
project is being pitched by Milwaukee-based manufacturer Brelie Gear. If approved, the plant would be constructed
on a vacant parcel off Corporate Drive. The business park
itself is located at the intersection of Highway 59 and
Center Road on the city’s south side.
was not clear from a staff memo on the project whether the
business is relocating to Waukesha, or if it is expanding.
An attempt to reach a representative for the company was
unsuccessful on Friday.
company currently employs 16 people, according to an
operations statement submitted to the commission.
other items, the Plan Commission is scheduled to consider
and possibly vote on a final site plan for a $30 million,
128-unit senior housing development slated for a 5.7-acre
parcel at the southeast corner of Les Paul Parkway and
project is being proposed by Minnesota-based New
Perspective Senior Living and would be constructed on land
currently owned by Salem United Methodist Church.
church put the land on the market last year, hiring a
broker that listed the property for $1.1 million, and has
been in talks with New Perspective about the project since
as early as March or April.
commission is slated to meet at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday at
City Hall, 201 Delafield St.
in the Town of Waukesha, area residents and developers are
expected to continue to offer input on a proposal for a
55-unit residential development off Oakdale Drive, south
of Glendale Road.
public hearing on the conditional use permit for the
project, dubbed Pebble Brook Hollow, that began on Dec. 14
will be continued when the town’s Plan Commission and
Town Board hold a joint meeting at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at
the Town Hall off Center Road.
board is also slated to discuss a plans for a
4,800-square-foot heated storage building for its
Department of Public Works.