Air is proposed for the former Gander Mountain location
WAUKESHA — A proposal to bring
Urban Air, an entertainment business that includes an indoor sky
diving tunnel, will have a public hearing during Wednesday’s Plan
Commission meeting before the commissioners review the minor site
plan and architecture.
The owners of Urban Air would like to open the business in the
former Gander Mountain location on Moreland Boulevard near Kossow
In addition to the indoor sky diving experience, Urban Air offers an
obstacle course, an indoor go-kart track and the “adventure hub,”
which includes a ropes course, sky rider and an indoor playground.
Other adventure park attractions include trampolines, rock climbing,
bowling, laser tag and mini golf, according to the plan of
The plan describes the average customer as mothers ages 25 to 54 who
are in charge of discretionary spending and are looking for
experiences and chances to create memories. The target audience,
however, is children ages 0 to 14, according to the plan.
Also on the Plan Commission agenda is preliminary site plan and
architectural review for Prairie Song Villas on Summit Avenue and
Prairie Song Drive.
Homes is proposing 10 duplex condos for a total of 20
units on a private drive west of Prairie Song Drive
called Prairie Song Villas.
Bielinski Homes is
proposing 10 duplex condos for a total of 20 units on a
private drive west of Prairie Song Drive. The units will
be ranch-style with no step entries for all units. Unit
size will be 1,600 square feet with two bedrooms, two
baths, a two-car garage, and an option for an additional
638-square-foot lower level build out with a bathroom,
bedroom and rec area.
The estimated value of each unit will be $350,000 to
Harvest Square will also have its final site review and
architectural review during the Plan Commission meeting.
City staff is recommending some changes to the project,
which is proposed for vacant property between Good
Harvest Market and the recently approved Avid Hotel
development. The building will have an area of roughly
12,000 square feet and will include a two-story
restaurant space, as well as several office suites.
City staff is recommending that the landscape plan be
updated to screen the electrical transformer and any
other ground level mechanical units, as well as updating
it to meet city standards for brightness, color
temperature, and pole height.
The Plan Commission will meet at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday in
City Hall Council Chambers, 201 Delafield St.