MUKWONAGO — Tonight’s Plan
Commission meeting is packed with several projects including
proposals for multi-tenant housing, senior housing and retail.
Some of these projects do not have finalized plans, but are seeking
preliminary approvals before submitting an official site plan.
Here’s an overview:
Developer Karen Jentsch has plans to redevelop the former Citizens
Bank at 827 S. Rochester on the end of the green topped strip mall,
Riverview Plaza, just north of Brooklife Church. Commissioners will
review the developer’s site plan and architectural review, which
proposes a 4,902 square-foot addition.
The addition includes filling in the drive-thru lanes next to
Citizens Bank for the purpose of adding new retail to the strip
mall, said John Weidl, village administrator and economic
Developer Greg Petrauski is requesting an amendment to the village’s
comprehensive plan to construct multiple duplexes on a 20-acre
property at 1101 Eagle Lake Avenue, Weidl told a Freeman reporter.
The area is currently zoned agricultural, but the comprehensive plan
calls for single-family residential zoning. Petrauski has not yet
submitted a site plan for the project.
Developer Mikko Erkamaa of Walker & Dunlop has requested an
amendment to the comprehensive plan for a Planned Unit Development
for the 915 Main St. property.
Erkamaa has plans to redevelop the site into four buildings
containing a total of 84 apartment units. The property is zoned for
commercial, however, a planned unit development would allow for
apartments to be constructed on the property.
Petrauski is also requesting an amendment to the comprehensive plan
to allow for a business mixed use overlay land use designation at
225 E. Wolf Run, which is where he is proposing a senior housing and
Petrauski is proposing 50 independent living units, 38 assisted
living units, 20 memory care units, 32 rehab units and at least two
additional retail/commercial spaces or buildings, according to the