Former Bess Hardware Site, 1850 Glenview Road | Redevelopment Opportunity
The property was previously occupied by a hardware store and the former retail building is still standing on the site. The Village purchased the property in early 2017.
The property is within the Downtown Development (D-D) District, which permits greater density, height, and building area than other zoning districts.
The Village has compiled marking information onto a single project website. The website can be found at the link below.
Former Matty's Site, 1727 Waukegan Road | Culver's
The applicant resubmitted a revised plan in which the retail store was removed and other aspects of the site were redesigned. The Village Board of Trustees approved a conditional use, final site plan review and preliminary subdivision for a Culver's drive-through restaurant at 1727-1757 Waukegan Road on September 5, 2017.
Below are the landscape plan and site plan for the new site design.
Active Living Senior-Targeted Apartments, 624-654 Waukegan Road | Trammell Crow
The Village Board of Trustees on November 21, 2017 granted an official map amendment and rezoning and approved a final site plan review and preliminary subdivision for the Active Living Apartments at 624-654 Waukegan Road, a 169-unit apartment facility to be leased to active seniors aged 55 and over.
Below are the site plan and building renderings for the site design as reviewed by the Plan Commission, which approved its recommendation of the project on October 10, 2017 .
Former Village Hall site, 1225 Waukegan Road | Park Place Glenview
The Village Board of Trustees on May 2, 2017 approved a final, revised ordinance for final site plan review, preliminary subdivision and planned development for Park Place Glenview, a 26-unit residential development on the 2.31-acre site of the former Village Hall.
The Village Board consideration followed a re-review the board had requested March 21, 2017 of the Plan Commission, which took place on March 28, 2017.
The Plan Commission on February 28, 2017 recommended the proposed project at the former Village Hall site. The developer, The Drake Group, was selected by the Village Board of Trustees after a preliminary review of several proposals. The proposed plans call for 26 residential units, comprised of 14 rowhomes, 4 duplexes and 8 small-lot, single-family residences.
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Projects in progress summary
Below are summaries of developments and facilities being built in Glenview by private developers and/or the Village of Glenview, following regulatory review and approval by the Village Board of Trustees.
Kensington School | 1804 Lehigh Avenue
The Village Board of Trustees approved an ordinance for rezoning, planned development, final site plan review and preliminary subdivision for the Kensington School, a day care and preschool, on the northwest corner of Lehigh and Chestnut avenues.
The Appearance Commission approved final architecture, landscaping, signage and lighting on July 27, 2016.
Anthem Memory Care | 1879 Chestnut Avenue
The Village Board of Trustees approved a commercial zoning variation for Anthem Memory Care, an 80-bed memory care facility.
The Appearance Commission granted a Certificate of Appropriateness on March 9, 2016.
The Enclave | 1111 Milwaukee Avenue
The Village Board of Trustees on January 6, 2015 approved annexing 21.5 acres at 1111 Milwaukee Avenue and approved comprehensive plan and official map amendments, rezoning to PD/R-5 Planning Development, final site plan review, environmental plan review and preliminary subdivision approvals. The development consists of 44 single-family cluster homes and 8 acres of open space donated to The Grove.
At the request of the applicant, David Weekley Homes, a portion of the former Villa Redeemer property adjacent to the Grove National Historic Landmark was annexed into the Village of Glenview and 48 single-family residences will be constructed. On November, 11, 2104, the Plan Commission recommended annexation with agreement, environmental plan review, comprehensive plan amendment, rezoning, planned development with necessary departures and final site plan review, after public hearings and review on October 28 and November 11, 2014.
JB Plaza | 600 Milwaukee Avenue
The Village Board of Trustees on January 4, 2014 approved an ordinance for final site plan review and preliminary subdivision, allowing modifications to the original site plan for an anchor grocery store and two multi-tenant retail buildings.
The Appearance Commission on December 14, 2016 granted a Certificate of Appropriateness for a revised photometric plan.
The Appearance Commission on October 25, 2017 approved tenant signs.