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Main Street Market
During a public hearing on Monday, September 25, the Pleasant Prairie Plan Commission considered and sent a recommendation to the Village Board to approve an amendment to a portion of the Highpoint Neighborhood Plan, last adopted in 2007. Bear Development, the petitioner, is requesting to amend a portion of the Highpoint Neighborhood Plan for an approximate 22-acre commercial area at the northeast corner of Highway 31 (Green Bay Road) and Highway 165 (104th Street) for a planned community commercial development known as Main Street Market.

Bear Development is working with United Hospital System Inc., soon to be known as Froedtert South, Inc., who is proposing to develop a four-story medical office building to provide the first medical clinic between 80th Street and the State line. Each story will be 12,500 square feet, totaling approximately 50,000 square feet of buildable space. The update to the plan will allow the location of the medical building to shift to a more central location and allow for parking on all sides of the building. The architectural style will be similar to the St. Catherine’s Medical Center Campus on Highway 50 in the Prairie Ridge Development. The plan states that the services at the clinic would include but are not limited to family practice, internal medicine, cardiology, neurology, orthopedics, gastroenterology and others. There will be clinical laboratory services, radiology and imaging services, and other diagnostic services. The clinic site will also offer walk-in services. The goal is to be completed and operational the winter of 2018 -2019.

The other six proposed buildings in Main Street Market include a 60,000 square foot grocery store, a gas station/convenience store, and four retail and commercial services buildings, one being a 23,200 square foot multi-tenant building. As part of the development process an update to the initial Traffic Impact Analysis will be made to determine what roadway and intersection improvements will be required.


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