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Apartment Complex Proposed for Redevelopment of JC Penney Property at Southridge Mall

A three-story apartment complex with 160 units and “impressive features and finishes” including underground parking is being proposed for the eastern portion of the JC Penney Property at Southridge Mall.

The General Capital Group and Robert Joseph Properties are proposing an apartment complex boasting impressive features and finishes for the East side of the JC Penney property currently zoned for commercial use, according to the Village.

The residential complex includes three buildings with a total of 160 apartments including underground parking. The buildings will have a mix of one-bedroom and two-bedroom units. Two of the buildings will access the Southridge Mall ring road, and one 48 unit building will access 68th Street.

An open house will be held on Wednesday, April 27 from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Historic Hose Tower Building located at 5699 Parking Street in Greendale to review a redevelopment proposal and solicit public comments for the proposal.

The General Capital Group and Robert Joseph Properties are proposing an apartment complex boasting impressive features and finishes for the East side of the JC Penney property currently zoned for commercial use. The residential complex includes three buildings with a total of 160 apartments including underground parking. The buildings will have a mix of one-bedroom and two-bedroom units. Two of the buildings will access the Southridge Mall ring road, and one 48 unit building will access 68th Street.

AG Architects designed the buildings. The complex includes 64 one-bedroom units and 96 two- bedroom units, 182 underground parking spaces and 86 surface lot parking spaces.

The complex will include a clubhouse between the two buildings on the west side of the development. A courtyard will link the north and south buildings.

Drawings developed by AG Architects will be on display for review. The proposal has been developed to eliminate the former tire, battery auto center and remediate contamination on the site, enhance and/or stabilize the tax base, improve the vitality of the Southridge Mall Area, attract new residents, and build the Village’s reputation and value, according to the Village.

The open house will allow residents to review drawings and provide input to Village representatives. Representatives from the Village of Greendale and the developer will be in attendance.

The Plan Commission will review this proposal on May 11. A public hearing on the proposal will be held at the Meeting of the Village Board of Trustees on May 17. Both of these meetings will be held in the Village Board Room at Village Hall, 6500 Northway, Greendale, WI 53129.

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Bill Attewell

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