Glenview Road streetscape reconstruction
On November 9 and November 10 respectively, the Appearance Commission and Plan Commission will begin review of the improvements and reconstruction of the Glenview Road streetscape in Downtown Glenview. The reconstruction will affect Glenview Road from the Metra tracks to Waukegan Road and will extend onto Pine Street, Church Street, Railroad Avenue, and River Drive. Proposed work includes new sidewalks, parkway trees and landscaping, lighting and street furniture.
At the links below, you can view the Plan Commission staff report and the most recent plans. This page will be updated with future plans and reports throughout the duration of the project.
The project is expected to begin in Spring 2017.
Glen Town Center streetscape reconstruction
Work started in April 2016 on the Glen Town Center streetscape reconstruction. The work is intended to improve the safety, accessibility and character of the entertainment, restaurant and shopping destination.
- new sidewalks, parkway trees and landscaping, lighting and street furniture
- redesigned gateway signs along Patriot Boulevard at Willow Road and East Lake Avenue
At the links below, you can view the project blog, which will feature construction updates and information throughout the duration of the project.
The project is expected to be completed by early fall 2016.
On March 1, 2016, the Board of Trustees considered the several administrative items which pertain to the project, including agreements between the Village of Glenview and the various ownership parties for new signage, revised maintenance responsibilities, right-of-way dedication, and construction contracts.
On February 16, 2016, the Village Board of Trustees held a workshop, at which an update on all the streetscape related design efforts to date were reviewed, in addition to various administrative items related to the streetscape.
Previously reviewed plans and staff reports associated with the design review of the streetscape can be found at the links below.
Click above to keep up with the progress of Village of Glenview street, sewer and other infrastructure improvement projects.
Petitions currently under consideration by the Plan Commission
Below are summaries of developments and facilities currently proposed in Glenview by private developers and/or the Village of Glenview and under review by the Plan Commission.
Former Matty's Wayside Inn Site at 1727 Waukegan Road | Proposed Culver's Drive-Thru Restaurant & Dine-In Restaurant TBD
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.
Click below to view a brief report on projects that are currently in progress.
David Weekley Homes | 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.
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.
Development started in 2014 on the 41 acres located west of Shermer Road and just north of West Lake Avenue. The development include the Willow Creek Community Church on the north end of the parcel, and residential on the south end that includes 35 cluster single-family villas; 68 town homes; and 68 row homes -- for a total of 171 units.
Click on the link above to review the history of this project.
Hanuman Temple | 3623 West Lake Avenue
Hanuman Spiritual and Community Center was granted permission by the Village Board of Trustees on December 19, 2013 to construct and operate a two-story religious facility on 3.9 acres. The Board granted five zoning variations, as recommended by the Zoning Board of Appeals.
Riverforest | 1160-1204 Waukegan Road
The Village Board of Trustees on August 6, 2013 gave final approval to this multifamily residential development comprised of 33 units. A revised proposal, adding a parcel north of the original project, was approved August 19, 2014 for a total of 36 units.