Digital Access

Digital Access
Access mysuburbanlife.com from all your digital devices and receive breaking news and updates from around the area.

Print Edition

Print Edition
Subscribe now to the print edition of Suburban Life.

Text Alerts

Text Alerts
Get text messages on your mobile phone or PDA with news, weather and more from mySuburbanLife.com.

Email Newsletters

Email Newsletters
Our My Suburban Life Daily Update will send you all of the news you need to keep up with the pace of news in DuPage and Cook County.
The Holiday Gift Auction is Live! Click here and bid now on great local gifts!
Local News

Developer proposes apartment building in Seven Bridges Main Street complex

A rendering of the proposed four-story, 242-unit residential building proposed in Woodridge.
A rendering of the proposed four-story, 242-unit residential building proposed in Woodridge.

WOODRIDGE – The owner of a vacant parcel within the Seven Bridges Main Street development is hoping to build a 242-unit apartment complex just north of the Cinemark movie theater.

On Tuesday, Woodbridge Bridges SB1, LLC will present a development plan for the six-acre site as part of a community meeting at 6:30 p.m. at the proposed site, 6315 N. Main St.

The site is commonly referred to as the "northwest quadrant" of the Main Street development at Seven Bridges, just east of the golf course and just west of Route 53.

Woodridge Community Development Director Michael Mays said the developer is proposing a 242-unit, four-story residential building. Woodbridge Bridges purchased the site in 2011 shortly after it went into foreclosure, Mays said.

"[The developers] suggested getting community input on their proposal," he said. "So they will present the plan and village staff will be there to collect feedback and share it with the public and the village board and plan commission."

Mays stressed that the development is still in its early stages.

"Tuesday's meeting is preliminary. They haven't submitted any formal applications yet and they still have a process to go through before it goes before the plan commission," he said.

Loading more