Clarendon Hills board to hold second consideration for major development proposal
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.
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