Last updated on May 15th, 2019 at 05:05 pm
A 30,000-square-foot Sendik’s grocery store would anchor the $33 million, mixed-use development planned by Greenfield-based Ener-Con Companies Inc. at the long-vacant former Parkland Mall site in Muskego.
Devo Properties has a contract to purchase a pad site in the develop to build the store for Sendik’s.
The plans the entire development include three retail buildings with a total of 54,000 square feet of space and three condominium buildings, with a total of 99 units, with a park space in the middle of the site. Ener-Con is seeking $6.73 million in tax incremental financing assistance from the city for the project.
The 11-acre site at S74 W17000 Janesville Road has been vacant since the former Parkland Mall was torn down in 1999. The site sits at a key location in the heart of Muskego’s main commercial corridor.
Art Dyer, the previous owner of the property, controlled the site for years until finally losing it earlier this year in a foreclosure action.
Ener-Con is also planning a residential development for a four-acre site at S76 W18004 Janesville Road on the southern shore of Little Muskego Lake. The firm plans to split the property into 10 single family home sites, that will be sold for $250,000 to $525,000. Some of the sites are located along the property’s 350 feet of sandy beach frontage. All of the sites would have views of the lake.