MUSKEGO — Plans for two commercial buildings proposed for the Parkland Towne Center project under construction won favorable recommendations from the plan commission April 4.
The Muskego Common Council could vote on the plans as early as Tuesday, April 11.
The smaller building, 3,500 building would be a Landmark Credit Union and the larger building, 10,248-square-feet would be a retail structure, possibly with a restaurant on the western end that uses a drive-through.
The two buildings are among four commercial buildings proposed for the Parkland Towne Center being built on the site of the former Parkland Mall. The project is along Janesville Road between Parkland and Lannon drives. Both the buildings would be along Janesville Road at the southwest section of the development.
The city already approved a third commercial building last year. The centerpiece in terms of commercial development for the site is a 30,000-square-foot grocery store that the developer hopes will be a Sendik's Food Market. As of Monday, Sendik's had not submitted plans for city approval.
An apartment building, one of three slated to go up at the Parkland Towne Center, is the only building now under construction there.