Apartment properties to exchange old houses by Eau Claire’s ice centre | Entrance Site

EAU CLAIRE — Designs for new housing in Eau Claire continue to occur ahead as the residential market place remains hot.

The city’s System Commission is scheduled to review a number of tasks through its conference at 7 tonight that will replace more mature housing or make on vacant land.

Eau Claire businessman and landlord James Rolbiecki options to exchange a number of previous rental homes on the 900 block of Menomonie Road with three new condominium structures.

Positioned across the street from the city’s Hobbs Ice Middle, the new properties would generate 44 residences — a combine of just one- and two-bed room models.

When outlining his plans to the town, Rolbiecki wrote that the types are meant to charm to a broader viewers than that area’s current housing inventory.

“This loft-model urban residing would be engaging to demographics exterior of the college students and younger industry experts that maybe do not presently have a lot of selections for living within the greatly altering Historic Randall Park Community,” he wrote.

Specially, the venture is hoping to also charm to health-related industry experts and UW-Eau Claire workers, he added.

The Historic Randall Park Community Affiliation voted in favor of the venture at its March assembly, stating that the proposed condominium structures will in good shape properly in that particular place.

“We are totally informed that a project of this scope would not get the job done in other parts of the community, even blocks nearby, but we would like to see it appear to fruition on this block,” Lauren Lierman, association president, wrote to the town.

Rolbiecki’s job is not much from a part of the 700 block of Drinking water Road in which JCap True Estate obtained plans authorised through wintertime to switch a number of holder rental households with larger sized apartment buildings as nicely.

• All through tonight’s assembly, the Strategy Commission will also critique a rezoning request to permit a team of about 30 townhouse-type condominium units to be constructed on 1.88 acres of vacant land together 1st Street in Eau Claire’s Cannery District.

• In the meantime on the south aspect, Held Residences wishes to rezone 1.3 acres of land so an apartment developing could be constructed there. That land along Gateway Drive, east of Target, experienced lengthy been promoted for commercial construction, but unsuccessful to appeal to shops or workplaces to develop there.

• Off the North Crossing, Timberview Attributes is distributing current plans for five condominium properties it ideas to develop just east of a Kwik Trip truck quit. That job calls for a total of 48 units — a blend of 1- and two-bed room flats.

In addition to multi-spouse and children housing prepared about Eau Claire, there are also lots remaining made for setting up residences.

• C&M Builders and Serious Estate is platting out the second section of its Walnut Grove subdivision on the much northwest aspect of Eau Claire. For 22 acres annexed from the city of Wheton into Eau Claire final calendar year, the builder is dividing the land into 61 loads for new houses. That currently vacant land is situated north of Camden Courtroom and west of Freeway F.

• On the city’s west side, Holzinger Households is proposing to divide 4.1 acres of vacant land on the 2700 block of Vine Street into 8 plenty for new residences.

Enterprises, understanding establishments

Other strategies reaching the fee for approval tonight are for small business buildings and improved amenities for businesses that present academic ordeals for kids.

• Earlier the web-site of the dilapidated Maples Cellular Residence Park, the now cleared four acres of land at 1611 Western Ave. is slated to develop into a offer lawn and warehouse area for the neighboring Farrell Tools & Supply. The building products provide enterprise bought the land in Oct and assisted in relocating the remaining residents of the trailer park, which had been generally vacated following numerous residences have been condemned and removed thanks to overall health and basic safety hazards they posed to residents.

• Edward Jones financial adviser Dan Schwaegel is seeking the city’s approval to make insignificant alterations to a home at 2408 Vine St. and pave a tiny parking good deal to transform the residence into his business office environment.

• Web-site strategies displaying the footprint of the new Children’s Museum of Eau Claire building and an out of doors engage in spot have been submitted for the city’s acceptance. The new two-story constructing is slated for vacant land at 126 N. Barstow St., upcoming to a metropolis-owned parking ramp. When the new museum is beneath design in the course of this 12 months and 2022, a smaller sized, non permanent place for some of its exhibits and programming is open up at 40 S. Barstow St. in the Haymarket Landing developing.

• Messiah Lutheran Church, 2015 N. Hastings Way, is trying to get the commission’s approval for ideas for a 6,878-square-foot addition to its developing alongside with some additional parking. The expansion will build new lecture rooms, workplaces and an improved entrance for the church’s university.