Pleasant Prairie Village Board to consider concept for multi-family housing development
The Pleasant Prairie Village Board will consider plans for a a new multi-family housing development in the Prairie Ridge Subdivision at its meeting tonight.
On Monday, April 30, the Pleasant Prairie Plan Commission held a public hearing and considered the plans for the five-building development proposed on approximately 9.8 acres south of Prairie Ridge Boulevard between 91st and 94th Avenues. The development would feature four multi-family apartment buildings, a clubhouse, two ponds with a walking path, and some surface level parking. The current concept, presented by Lexington Homes, Inc., of Green Bay, calls for a clubhouse and two 40-unit two-story buildings (as part of Phase one) and two 48-unit three-story buildings (as part of Phase two). Once complete, the project is proposed to include 72 efficiency units of varying sizes, 68 one-bedroom units, 36 two-bedroom units, underground and surface parking, and storage areas. All units will be leased at market rates; no units will be subsidized. Monthly rents are anticipated to run between $655 and $1,400 per unit, plus utilities. Approximately 57 percent of the 9.8 acres is proposed to remain as open space.
The Plan Commission approved a conceptual plan and related amendments for the development. The Village Board will consider the same plans tonight.
If the plans are approved, work on the development is expected to begin this July. Full completion of the project is anticipated within two years.