Luxury condos expected to come to downtown Delafield
City nearing final approvals

By Kelly Smith - Special to Conley News Services

April 9, 2019

 Andrea Hunley of MSI General consultants points out some of the features of the Pointe Crossing condo development to members of the city of Delafield Plan Commission. Each of the four units, approximately 3,300 square feet, is expected to sell for about $875,000, according to the owners of the project.
Kelly Smith/Special to Conley Media

DELAFIELD — A small but ultra high-end condominium complex near the intersection of Main and Wells streets on the west end of the downtown business district is expected to be approved by the Common Council, perhaps this month. Each of the four townhouse-style condominium units is expected to sell for around $875,000, according to Mark Mulvaney, one of the owners of the complex.

“Each home will have a large private garage, a covered outdoor patio overlooking the adjacent park and three floors of beautiful living space with each home being approximately 3,300 square feet,” according to documents submitted by the developers.

There will be a garage with two parking stalls per unit on the lower level. There will be kitchen and living space on the middle level and two bedrooms located on the upper level of the condos, according to Mulvaney.

Located at 408 Main St., Pointe Crossing is near the triangle intersection of Main and Wells streets.

A conditional use for the development was recommended by the Plan Commission on March 27 and may receive approval by the Common Council at its April 15 meeting providing developers are able to complete planning and engineer documents in time for the council meeting.