A groundbreaking ceremony will be held Monday, June 24, to celebrate the start of construction for a $19 million mixed use development, called Mammoth Springs, at N63 W23231 Main St., Sussex.
The development will take several years to complete, but the site work, the rerouted County Bugline Trail and two 30 unit high end residential buildings will be established in 2013. Ultimately the site will entail over 150 residential units, over 12,000 square feet of commercial space, and a walking path highlighting the sites three-acre quarry pond.
“Ever since I purchased this property over two years ago I have been anxiously waiting for this day,” said developer Arthur Sawall. “The Mammoth Springs Development will be one of the best and most unique mixed used developments in Waukesha County. It will be a stunning development, and a great place for people to live with majestic views of the quarry pond. People will be able to enjoy the outdoors with the Bug Line Trail as well as scenic walks around the magnificent quarry or shop and relax in the seating area under the pergola and clock tower. It really is a tremendous honor to lead this development and I appreciate the strong business support of the community and the Village for making this possible.”
“For close to two decades now the site has been absent of economic life and June 24 starts a new chapter for the area,” said village president Greg Goetz. “The buildings and the site design continue to transform that corner and I look forward to the vibrancy that this development brings with it.”