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Clarendon Hills board to hold second consideration for major development proposal

Published: Thursday, Oct. 17, 2013 5:06 p.m. CDT
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The proposed development at Prospect and Park avenues in Clarendon Hills would feature an eight-unit condo building. (Provided photo)

CLARENDON HILLS – The Clarendon Hills Village Board will hold a discussion and second consideration Monday for the eight-unit condo development proposed at the corner of Prospect and Park avenues.

At the Oct. 7 village board meeting for first consideration, the board unanimously approved a special-use permit for the current vacant property, and a “Comprehensive Plan Amendment” that allows for a residential development without a retail space.

The three-story development is proposed to be 40 feet in height with the south end of the building, nearest residential property, to have a 25-foot setback in compliance with the village's zoning ordinance, according to a news release from the village.

Unit sizes will also vary from 1,605 square feet to 2,520 square feet.

Final approval is now in the hands of the village board after the project was previously approved by the Zoning Board of Appeals and Plan Commission during its Aug. 22 meeting, and the Downtown Design Review Commission reviewed and approved the development during a meeting Aug. 27.

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