There are only two parcels left to be developed at Drexel Town Square, the former Delphi plant turned mega mixed-use development in Oak Creek.
The 85-acre property southwest of West Drexel and South Howell avenues includes a Meijer store, a TownePlace Suites by Marriott hotel, several restaurants and Oak Creek’s city hall and library.
The sites left to develop are part of WiRED Properties’ mixed-use South Main Street, said Doug Seymour, director of community development for the City of Oak Creek.
The last standalone retail lot is currently under construction along South Howell Avenue. It includes a Verizon Wireless store, the area’s second Macaroni and Cheese Shop (MACS) and Stanton Optical.
In August, Rick Barrett, owner of Barrett Lo Visionary Development LLC, will begin construction on the second phase of the Emerald Row luxury apartments. Phase one included 167 apartments.