Arlington 425 project goes to Arlington Heights village board Monday night

  • A sketch shows the proposed Arlington 425 development of three buildings with heights up to 13 stories on the northern three-quarters of an empty block on the west side of downtown Arlington Heights. The village board will review the project Monday.

    A sketch shows the proposed Arlington 425 development of three buildings with heights up to 13 stories on the northern three-quarters of an empty block on the west side of downtown Arlington Heights. The village board will review the project Monday. Courtesy of Village of Arlington Heights

 
Daily Herald report
Updated 5/10/2019 5:43 PM

The Arlington Heights village board will review and potentially vote on the Arlington 425 development during a special meeting at 7 p.m. Monday.

The three-building residential and commercial campus -- proposed for the northern three-quarters of the vacant parcel bounded by Campbell Street, Highland Avenue, Sigwalt Street and Chestnut Avenue -- has been reviewed twice each by the village's plan, design and housing commissions. Those advisory panels have passed along recommendations about various aspects of the project to the village board, which has final say.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
 

Developer CCH LLC has proposed a four-story, 54-unit residential building facing Chestnut; a nine-story, 182-unit apartment building with commercial space on the bottom two floors on Campbell; and a 13-story, 125-unit apartment building on Highland that would include a six-story parking garage.

The meeting will take place in the third floor boardroom of village hall, 33 S. Arlington Heights Road.

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