Proposed (and Revised) Amendment to the Timber Trails Planned Unit Development Ordinance – Applicants: Timber Trails Development Company LLC, McNaughton Development, LLC, and Mr. Tim Holcer (resident and property owner in Timber Trails)
The parties noted above are requesting an amendment to the Planned Unit Development Ordinance (“Ordinance”). The Ordinance is one of the documents that regulates construction, zoning, and many other aspects of the development. While the Ordinance regulates all property within the development, the applicants have specified 160 single family lots that would be affected by the proposed amendment. Those lots are listed in the revised application provided below. The underlying zoning, which is R-2 Single Family, would remain in place.
The applicants have request an amendment to the Ordinance to expand the rear yard encroachments to permit elevated decks and patios, as well as rear yard encroachments by elevated enclosed porches. The original request, heard by the Plan Commission, requested that elevated decks, patios, and porches be allowed to extend a maximum of fifteen (15) feet into the permitted rear yard setback with a maximum width of fifteen (15) feet. The revised application requests that only the “enclosed” element of the request be approved and that the decks and porches not exceed the allowed ten (10) foot rear yard encroachment. Below you will find the revised application submitted by the applicants.
The Village received the following documents from the applicant and the Village Board considered the request at their regularly scheduled meeting on Monday, May 9, 2022. At that time, the Village Board decided to refer the request back to the Plan Commission for further review since the application was revised. Should the applicants continue to seek approval, a new public hearing before the Plan Commission will be scheduled.
- Second Amended and Restated Application for Zoning Relief with Exhibits (PDF)
- Second Amended Application for Zoning Relief-Planned Development Amendment Elevated Enclosed Porches (PDF)
514 Hillgrove Avenue - Mixed Use Development
KLM Development Group of Hinsdale, recently received approval of a conditional use permit to construct a new, 3 story mixed use building at 514 Hillgrove Avenue. The developer has returned with a revised plan for a 4 story building (with the additional floor set back 20+- feet). The remainder of the original plan will remain unchanged. The Plan Commission considered this request on April 7, 2022, and recommended approval with conditions. The request then proceeded to the Village Board for review in May and was approved. Construction is expected to begin in the fall of 2022.
PROJECT BACKGROUND AND PLANS:
- About KLM Development(PDF)
- KLM Development Group Proposal Letter(PDF)
- 514 Hillgrove - Elevation Option(PDF)
- CO Cover Sheet - Site Location and Aerial Map(PDF)
- 514 Hillgrove Site Plan(PDF)
- C5 Geometric and Paving Plan(PDF)
- C1 Existing Topography, Demolition, Erosion and Sedimentation Control Plan(PDF)
- C3 Grading Plan(PDF)
- Traffic Impact Statement(PDF)
Garden Market shopping center – Exterior building and site renovations
Federal Realty is the owner of the Garden Market shopping center and is requesting approval of exterior building and site renovations. The Plan Commission considered this request on April 7, 2022, and it was subsequently approved by the Village Board in May. Construction is expected to start later in 2022.
17 W. Ogden – New townhome building
Tower Real Estate Development is proposing to rezone the site at 17 W. Ogden in order to construct a five unit townhome building. The Plan Commission consider the zoning requests related to this project on April 7, 2022, and recommended approval. The Village Board approved the request in May. The developer is finalizing the architectural and engineering plans. Construction will likely begin in September or October of 2022.
Foxford Station is a project by Foxford Station LLC, of Hinsdale. The project is a mixed use building at the southeast corner of Wolf Road and Burlington Avenue. The original site included the former Tischler’s grocery store, Breen’s Cleaners, and a parking lot to the east. The building is four stories with approximately 3,600 sq.ft. of commercial space and indoor parking on the first floor. The original plan included three upper floors with a total of 52 apartments above however the plan was later revised to include 28 luxury condominiums. More information can be found at Foxford Station's website.
Final Version of Plans:
- Architectural Renderings/Perspectives(PDF)
- Floor Plans and Elevations(PDF)
- Preliminary and Final Engineering Plans(PDF)