A 40-foot, eight-unit condo development proposed for the corner of Prospect and Park avenues will be discussed by the Clarendon Hills Village Board for the first time Monday night.
Landowner and Clarendon Hills resident Mike Van Zandt needs the board's approval on a special-use permit for the property at 103 S. Prospect (also known as 88 Park), which is currently vacant, and a "comprehensive plan amendment" to allow for a residential development without any retail space at that corner, a release from village staff reads.
The plan passed the village's Zoning Board of Appeals and Plan Commission at that body's Aug. 22 meeting. The Downtown Design Review Commission approved the plan on August 27.
"The three-story development is proposed to be 40 feet in height," a release from village staff reads. "The south end of the building, nearest residential property, would have a 25-foot setback in compliance with the village’s zoning ordinance for the property. Through the review process, the development has been revised to include additional architectural detail and landscaping, such as additional planter boxes and a pergola streetscape feature."
Monday's agenda item is only a first consideration, meaning no final decision will be made. If the development is approved for first consideration, its second consideration would take place Oct. 21.
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