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Village of Greendale to Host Open House To Review Municipal Parking Lot Redevelopment Concepts: Second Opportunity to Review Initial Concepts
An open house will be held on Wednesday, April 18, 2012, from 6:30 to 8:30 PM in the Courtroom of the Greendale Safety Center located at 5911 West Grange Avenue in Greendale to review redevelopment concepts and solicit public comments for the Municipal Parking Lot Area. All interested persons are invited to attend.
Concept drawings developed by Graef Engineering will be on display for review. Concepts have been developed to enhance and/or stabilize the tax base, improve the vitality of the Downtown area, attract customers, and build the Village’s reputation and value. The open house will allow residents to review concept drawings and provide input to Village representatives.
Representatives from the Village of Greendale and Greendale Historical Society will be in attendance.
The concepts are available for public review at this time. Copies of the concepts are on display at the Greendale Public Library, Village Hall and on the Village’s web site www.greendale.org.
For additional information, please contact my Assistant, Ms. Sarah Jankowski at 414-423-2100 or email@example.com.
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About Recent Greendale Developments
In recent years, it has been a top priority for the Greendale Village Board to explore various options for energizing a revitalization of the 76th Street commercial area, as we’ve seen most recently through numerous new developments in the Village:
- In November 2010, the Village of Greendale announced a partnership with the owner of Southridge Mall, Simon Property Group (SPG) to undertake a multi-million dollar redevelopment of Southridge Mall including a renovation and upgrade of the mall’s interior. The mall renovations will include new interior and exterior features and amenities like flooring, lighting, redesigned mall entrances, signage and a fully renovated and updated Food Court. Renovation plans also include the addition of Macy’s as a new anchor. Macy’s will join Southridge Mall as the second in the market.
- In March 2011, the General Capital Group closed on the purchase of three acres of land and secured financing for a 90-unit independent living senior housing complex along the S. 76th St. Corridor, adjacent to Southridge Mall. The development, known as Berkshire-Greendale, is currently under construction. The project will transform the area south of the mall and adjust one of the south entrances to create a four-way intersection at Northway. It will include redevelopment of the former Blood Center property and construction of 90 units of senior housing. General Capital Group is developing the project, which is already leased at capacity and expected to reach completion in early 2012.
- In June 2011, after a two-month formal review process, the Village of Greendale Plan Commission approved a proposal for a Walmart to be developed at 5301 South 76th Street on the former site of the United States Bowling Congress Building. The development will include a Walmart market and pharmacy and two out lots for development by future tenants. The Walmart market will mark the return of a grocery store to the Village of Greendale.