212 senior housing units proposed in Greenfield

Proposal includes 192-unit apartment building, 10 townhouses

Rendering courtesy of Rinka.
Rendering courtesy of Rinka.

Up to 212 senior housing units are being proposed on 14 acres of land next to Whitnall Middle School in the city of Greenfield.

According to a city report, Greg Petrauski, principal and managing member of New Berlin-based Infinity Development LLC, is proposing to build a senior development called GreatLife Greenfield — The Woods.

Plans filed with the city include a 192-unit multi-story building for independent senior living and 10 side-by-side townhouses, totaling 20 units.

The roughly 14-acre development site consists of one 11.4-acre property and two smaller properties to the west of the larger one, both at roughly 1.25 acres. The properties are located near the northwest corner of West Edgerton Avenue and South 116th Street.

On the larger property would be the 192-unit building and four of the townhouses. The two smaller properties would have the other six townhouses.

All units will be dedicated to residents 55 years old or older. The apartment building could potentially include amenities such as a fitness center, salon and spa, theater room, chapel, library and dining room. The units would be market rate.

Members of the Greenfield Plan Commission will consider various approvals related to the project on Tuesday evening. Specifics for only the apartment building were submitted, but more details on the townhouses will be filed at a later date, according to the report.

Petrauski couldn’t be immediately reached for comment. According to the city report, he has developed more than $100 million of senior living, health care and multi-family projects. He has 26 years of senior living development, construction and operations experience.

Current projects Petrauski has in the works include a $25 million mixed-use senior living project and a $6 million condo project for residents age 55-plus in the village of Mukwonago.

City staff recommended in the report that the plans be approved under various conditions. Common Council members will have to ultimately sign off on the project.

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Alex Zank, former BizTimes Milwaukee reporter.

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