MUSKEGO — On Monday, the Muskego Plan Commission will consider a building, site and operation plans for two of the four retail buildings Ener-Con Companies plans for the Parkland Towne Center under construction on Janesville Road between Lannon and Parkland drives.
Both proposed buildings would be along Janesville Road. The smaller of the two would be a bank. Although both would be a little smaller than originally planned, they still meet the general concept the city approved during the rezoning to planned unit development, the city staff said.
Originally, the larger building was to be about 12,000 square feet, the largest of the three commercial buildings that are proposed in addition to a 30,000-square-foot grocery store believed to become a Sendik's Food Market. The current plan calls for a 10,248-square-foot retail structure.
Similarly, the smaller building, planned at 4,000 square feet came in at 3,500 square feet.
They would be built on the southwest corner of the overall Parkland Towne Center development. The larger building to the west is expected to accommodate five tenants, one of them likely a restaurant, as a drive-through is proposed for the far western end of that building.
The bank building also would have a drive-through. It would have three lanes, with room for four cars to line up in each one.
As of Monday afternoon, the Sendik's site was the only commercial building that had not presented plans for city approval.
In September, the city approved the first retail building for the center. It was building A, a 7,500-square-foot structure to be built behind the larger building now under consideration for along Janesville Road.