Proposed Breitlow Field Expansion
The Plan Commission held this item at the April meeting. The Wauwatosa School District resubmitted plans for the May 13th meeting that includes:
• renovating the existing baseball field (new infield, warning track, bullpens, scoreboard, and bleachers)
• constructing another baseball field with similar features as described above
• constructing a practice infield (north side of the site)
• expanding the storage building located on the east side of the south diamond
• replacing and installing paved pathways
The revision eliminates the baseball field lighting as well as the soccer field and play area on the west side of the site.
Bicycle & Pedestrian Facilities Plan
Remnant Fire Station Parcel
Zoning Ordinance Revision
Over the past year, the City and its consultant, Duncan Associates, have been developing a revision to the zoning code
. This is the first comprehensive update since 1972. It anticipated that the new code will be adopted by the end of 2012 or early 2013. On September 12th, a public workshop was held which included a presentation
by the consultant. The meeting was recorded for viewing online
and will be shown on the City's cable channel.
A public hearing regarding the proposed zoning ordinance revision was held Tuesday, January 15, 2013 at 7:30 p.m. in the Common Council Chambers, City Hall.
On February 19, 2013, the Common Council adopted the revised zoning code
UWM Innovation Park - Business Accelerator Facility
The City of Wauwatosa and the UWM Real Estate Foundation were awarded a $5.4 million dollar grant from the Economic Development Administration, part of the U.S. Department of Commerce, to construct a business accelerator facility and related infrastructure improvements. This 25,000 square foot, LEED silver-certified building inlcudes state-of-the-art laboratory facilities used by a number of academic and industry researchers. Information to the overall Innovation Park Campus can be found at the UWM Real Estate Foundation's website
Meijer store - 112th and Burleigh
The applicant is proposing to construct a 157,000 s.f. Meijer store on 15 acre site located at the southeast corner of Burleigh Street and 112th Street. The site is a combination of four parcels, including the former Stroh Die Casting site.
The store will offer grocery and home goods items, a pharmacy with a drive-thru and a garden center. There are two main entrances to the store – one for the “Fresh” or grocery side of the store and one for direct entrance into the “Home” side of the store. The pharmacy drive-thru is located at the northwest corner of the store directly in front of the garden center.
In October, 2012, the City approved the following applications related to this development: A Certified Survey map, preliminary plans for a Business Planned Development and a Conditional Use for a large retail development.
Annex@Enclave, 6005 West Martin Drive
HSI Properties LLC proposes to construct a 4-story apartment building consisting of 40 1-bedroom units at the corner of 60th and Martin Drive, next to their Enclave development. The Annex @ Enclave’s design and construction is similar to that of the Enclave and residents in the development will also be able to use the amenities available next door. The majority of the parking (32 spaces) will be enclosed on the ground level of the building and 16 spaces will be provided in a surface lot on the west side of the building.
Milwaukee County Grounds
related to the Milwaukee County Grounds
Burleigh Triangle - 11200-11500 West Burleigh Street
The applicant, HSA Commercial Real Estate, intends to construct a planned development for the area of the City that is commonly referred to as the Burleigh Triangle. The phased development
, called the Mayfair Collection
, will initially consist of 235,000 sf of adaptively reused existing warehouse space for retail tenants on the west side of the site along Hwy 45 as well as 35,000 sf of new retail and restaurant space along Burleigh Street. Later phases consist of additional retail development along Burleigh Street, medical or related office space on a northern parcel as well as a mixed use component at the interior of the site.
In October 2005, the City approved a master plan
for this area as well as a change of zoning to Business Planned Development District.
City Public Works Site - 113th Street south of Walnut Road
The property was originally owned by the City of Wauwatosa and was part of the landfill. In 2007, the Common Council recommended development of this property and entered into an agreement with Toldt Development. The parcel was originally approximately 18 acres but the size has been adjusted due to the discovery of remaining landfill contamination on the western portion of the site.
Toldt Development plans construct 427 residential units in seven buildings built in a phases. The units will consist of a variety of living types including condominiums, townhomes, flats, courtyard apartments, elderly apartments and lofts. A private community center is also proposed. The living units will include a variety of sizes, types, rental rates and sales prices. Architectural and landscape guidelines were approved as part of this proposal that the project will adhere to. Overall, approximately 60 percent of the site will remain greenspace.