Courtesy of: Christina Burns
The Clarendon Hills Village Board will discuss a proposed eight-unit residential development for the southeast corner of Prospect and Park Ave. next Monday.
During the meeting, the Land Use Committee will discuss a proposed development at 103 S. Prospect. The board will then have to first consider a special-use permit for a Planned Unit Development (PUD) and preliminary PUD Plan, as well as a comprehensive plan amendment to allow resident development without a retail component. The ordinance and related documents will be available on the village’s Web site Friday evening.
The proposed three-story development would 40 feet tall. The south end of the building, nearest residential property, would have a 25-foot setback in compliance with the Village’s Zoning Ordinance. 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.
The proposed development was approved by the ZBA/PC during its Aug. 22 meeting, and the Downtown Design Review Commission reviewed and approved the development during a meeting on Aug. 27. Additional revisions were made following DTDRC approval in compliance with the comments and discussion during the Aug. 27 meeting.
If the development is approved for first consideration, second consideration would take place during the Oct. 21 village board meeting.
Right: A rendering of the proposed development at the southeast corner of Prospect and Park Ave.