Proposed rezoning & development of the former Hart estate at 2660 Pfingsten Road
The Village has received an application from 2660 Pfingsten LLC to redevelop the former Hart estate at the southwest corner of Pfingsten and Willow roads. The applicant is proposing a commercial property with five one-story retail buildings including a mix of restaurant, retail, and service uses. The developer has requested approvals of rezoning, final site plan review, conditional use, preliminary subdivision, architecture, landscaping, lighting, and signage.
Please see the following links to the applicant's revised application materials:
Please see the following links to the applicant's revised application materials for the September 14th New Development Commission meeting:
Please see the following link to the applicant's response materials for the September 28th New Development Commission meeting:
At the conclusion of their public hearing on September 28, 2022, the New Development Commission recommended approval of the applicant's development proposal to the Board of Trutees. At the Board of Trustees' meeting on October 18, the Board of Trustees tabled consideration of the draft Ordinance with direction to the applicant to make several site plan changes. The Board of Trustees plans to continue consideration of the draft Ordinance from their November 1, 2022 meeting to their November 15, 2022 meeting at which a revised site plan will be reviewed.
Proposed annexation & redevelopment of portions of the Allstate campus
An application for Annexation w/ Agreement, Rezoning, Final Site Plan Review, Zoning Variations, Preliminary Subdivision, Preliminary Architecture, Preliminary Landscaping, Preliminary Lighting, and Preliminary Signage has been filed by Allstate and Dermody Properties.
The developer, Dermody Properties, intends to redevelop the property into a logistics-focused modern industrial campus comprised of up to 10 warehouse/distribution buildings and an existing day care center. Altogether, the redevelopment comprises approximately 3.2 million square feet of floor area. The project would be constructed in phases, with Phase I including approximately half of the buildings on the north half of the property both east and west of Sanders Road.
Please see the following links to the proposed development plans:
The New Development Commission initiated the public hearing for this case at their regular meeting on Wednesday, June 22, 2022 and made a recommendation to the Board of Trustees on June 29, 2022. The Board of Trustees approved an
annexation agreement at their regular meeting on July 5. The Board of Trustees approved Ordinances regarding annexation, rezoning, and the proposed development plans and a Resolution in support of a Cook County Class 6b Real Estate Incentive on Tuesday, July 19, 2022.
Glenbrook Hospital Cardiovascular Addition, 2100 Pfingsten Road
On March 2, 2022, the Village Board of Trustees granted approval of Final Site Plan Review, Zoning Variations, Preliminary Subdivision, Preliminary Architecture, Preliminary Landscaping, Preliminary Lighting, and Preliminary Signage to allow the construction of building additions related to the existing hospital and associated site improvements including new signage, an expansion of the parking lot, and modifications to site lighting and landscaping at Glenbrook Hospital.
The proposed expansion would be divided into two (2) phases. The first phase includes the construction of a one-story addition comprised of 165,000 square feet extending south from the south elevation of the existing hospital building. Phase 1 would also include the construction of a parking lot expansion at the east end of the site, south of the existing retention pond west of Pfingsten Road. Phase 2 would include the construction of a multi-story addition comprised of 65,000 square feet above the Phase 1 improvements. Together, the additions would comprise NorthShore Health system's “heart center" for cardiac and vascular procedures including six (6) new operating rooms, nine (9) new labs, and new inpatient rooms.
Construction is expected to start in Spring of 2022.
New Development Commission Meeting – January 26, 2022
Board of Trustees Meeting – First Consideration – February 15, 2022
Big Bowl, 1320 Patriot Boulevard
On November 16, 2021, the Village Board of Trustees granted approval of Final Site Plan Review, Preliminary Architecture, Preliminary Landscaping, and Preliminary Signage to allow the construction of a new dine-in restaurant and associated site improvements upon the subject property in the B-2 General Business District. The restaurant would be a Big Bowl from Lettuce Entertain You restaurant group.
The subject property is an outlot within the shopping center located at the northwest corner of Patriot Boulevard and East Lake Avenue. The center was developed with a grocery store and in-line retail stores in the early 2000s as part of the Glenview Naval Air Station redevelopment. Subsequently, outlots for the bank and Wildfire Restaurant were added.
Easement agreements for shared access, parking and maintenance exist among the various property owners within this shopping center.
New Development Commission Meeting – October 13, 2021
Board of Trustees Meeting – First Consideration – November 2, 2021
LifeStorage, 3701 West Lake Avenue
On August 3, 2021, the Village Board of Trustees approved an amendment to Village of Glenview Planned Development Ordinance No. 1844 with Final Site Plan Review, Preliminary Architecture, Preliminary Landscaping, Preliminary Lighting, and Preliminary Signage to allow a building addition, remodeling of the existing buildings, new perimeter fencing and vehicle gates, outdoor storage, modifications to existing stormwater detention areas, utilities, signage, and associated site improvements upon the subject property and associated variations from bulk and accessory use requirements of the Municipal Code to permit the modification of the subject property for use as a self-storage business.
The subject property was annexed to the Village of Glenview in 1972 and was previously developed in accordance with the existing P-D Planned Development District zoning established by Village of Glenview Ordinance 1844 approved in 1973. The subject property is privately owned and is currently improved with two (2) vacant office buildings and surface parking lots. The subject property is accessible from one full-access curb cut along West Lake Avenue and shares a stormwater retention pond with the existing commercial development upon the adjacent property to the east.
Development Adjustments Commission Meeting – July 7, 2021
Board of Trustees Meeting – First Consideration – July 20, 2021
Glenview Community Center for Seniors, 3355 Milwaukee Avenue
On February 16, 2021, the Village Board of Trustees approved an Ordinance for Final Site Plan Review and Preliminary Subdivision to permit the construction of a senior center and related improvements upon the subject property.
The subject property was previously occupied by a full-service restaurant that was demolished in the early 2000s. The site has been vacant since that time. Development of the site is subject to the requirements of the Village's Milwaukee Avenue Corridor Plan. The Plan requires the provision of cross-access easements to accommodate a slip road serving the other properties within the Milwaukee/Sanders triangle.
According to the applicant's submitted materials, the development would be utilized to house the operations of a non-profit operation which offers a number of services to local seniors including:
- Adult Day Care Service;
- Congregate Meal Programs; and
- Senior Care resource programming.
Plan Commission Meeting – January 12, 2021
Board of Trustees Meeting – February 2, 2021
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