— Neumann Developments, Inc. has proposed a 56-acre mixed-use
development in Muskego, but the Pewaukee-based company will likely
its their proposal following a Tuesday night Plan Commission
meeting, said Steve DeCleene, president of Neumann Developments.
original proposal calls for single-family condominiums across 22
acres, 13 acres of duplex condos, 14 acres of townhomes or
multi-family buildings and 6 acres for commercial development.
Wetlands compose the remaining 9 acres.
proposed development, called Villas at Muskego Lakes, is located
along Loomis Road to the southwest of the Champions Drive and
Loomis Road intersection and southeast of Muskego Lakes Country
development includes 39 single-family homes, 13 duplex condos and
100 multi-family units spread across seven buildings, according to
the conceptual plan. The entrance to the development would be
located off Loomis Road at the entrance to Muskego Lakes Country
comprehensive plan shows the site is planned for commercial
development and multifamily housing.
with online retail dominating brick and mortar stores, plan
commissioners as well as Mayor Kathy Chiaverotti envisioned less
commercial development at the proposed site.
the meeting, Neumann Developments Project Manager and Bryan
Lindgren also felt the location was not suitable for a large
amount of commercial development. However, both Lindgren and
DeCleene said they identified the site based on what they
described as Muskego’s need for a housing market with more
think the Plan Commission had a pretty clear vision for the parcel
that wasn’t consistent with the current zoning in place,”
told a Freeman reporter Thursday the company is reviewing comments
provided by plan commissioners. The company’s future plans will
include single-family units, duplex units and a small section for
retail near the entrance to Muskego Lakes Country Club, DeCleene
going to get a new concept put together in a week or two and then
we’re going to schedule a meeting with neighbors before getting
back in front of the Plan Commission with a revised concept,”