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Final Plat Approved
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On Monday, Aug. 14, the Pleasant Prairie Plan Commission considered and approved the Final Condominium Plat for the first phase of The Cottages at Village Green Heights located on vacant property north of Main Street at 47th Avenue. The first phase will include 31 condominium units (9 single unit buildings and 11 two-unit buildings).
Future expansion area will include 41 condominium units. When all phases are complete the development will include 72 condominium units, comprised of 38 single-family buildings and 17 two-family buildings, which is consistent with the approved Preliminary Condominium Plat which was approved on Monday, March 27 of this year.
The development is consistent with the Village’s Comprehensive Land Use Plan, including the Village Green Neighborhood Plan, the Conceptual Plan, and the Preliminary Condominium Plat.
In the Cottages at Village Green Heights development there will be a net density of six units per net acre. It is anticipated that the units will range from $270,000 to $370,000.
There will be four different ranch condominium models ranging in size from 1,460 to 1,830 square feet and two-story Cape Cod units in two different styles, ranging from 1,900 to 2,200 square feet. The housing units will provide for two or three bedrooms (with first floor master bedrooms), two or two and a half bathrooms with full basements, two-car garages, and covered porches. The site will be fully landscaped with lawn irrigation.
Jean Werbie-Harris, Community Development Director commented that, “This is the first residential development project that has started from the conceptual plan phase in ten years. After the housing market went through a slump back in 2009, we have been focused on completing existing developments. With a stronger housing market and lower unemployment rates, this is an ideal time begin this new development project”.
The developer anticipates starting construction on the required public improvements this summer and anticipates that the development will be completed within two to three and a half years. In addition, the Developer has submitted a revised draft Declaration of Condominium, Articles of Incorporation and By-laws.