Maple Centre moves ahead with Plan Commission approval
Developer reveals more detailed plans

By Brandon Anderegg

April 12, 2019

Developer Teronomy Builders, Inc. revealed detailed plans for their mixed-use development, which will be built on the southside of Mukwonago.
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MUKWONAGO — Developer Teronomy Builders, Inc. revealed detailed plans for their mixed-use development, which will be built on the southside of Mukwonago. During a meeting Tuesday, the Plan Commission approved the project.

The development is proposed on 50 acres located by the YMCA and ProHealth Care near Wolf Run on the village’s south side. Maple Centre will include 100,000 square feet of retail commercial space on 14 acres in addition to 657 apartments spread across multiple three and four-story buildings, two of which are designated for senior living.

The plan also shows a variety of amenities scattered throughout the Maple Centre such as a meander garden, walking paths, dog park, soccer field, playgrounds, pavilions, volleyball, tennis and basketball courts, as well as a club house and a pool.

The developers have also indicated they hope to attract a high-end grocery store, a full-service restaurant and a hotel. However, Village Administrator and Economic Development Director John Weidl said these components will be market driven, adding it’s too early to tell which businesses will fill retail and commercial areas.

Weidl estimates the project will bring $56 million dollars to the tax base. The multi-phased project would take 10 years to complete.

However, Mukwonago still must work out utilities and access to the property. Weidl said Mukwonago will have to conclude the process of seizing land from the Greenwald family, who owns adjacent property that will be crucial to access the Maple Centre.

The Village Board will then need to approve a final development plan, developer’s agreement and decide how and where municipal utilities will reach the Maple Centre, Weidl said.