Hendricks Commercial Properties LLC is proposing a five-story mixed-use building in downtown Delafield at a site currently occupied by a BP gas station.
The 107,147-square-foot project would include 23,961 square feet of retail on the first floor and 42 two- and three-bedroom apartments on floors two through five, according to plans submitted to the city.
There would be 84 parking spaces on the lower level of the building and 19 exterior spaces.
Renderings by Oconomowoc-based Johnson Design Inc. show a modern-looking building that is a departure from the Williamsburg architectural style that has dominated downtown Delafield.
The city plan commission has reviewed conceptual site plans, but has not voted on the proposal.
[caption id="attachment_336900" align="alignnone" width="350"] Hendricks Commercial Properties LLC is developing apartments in a modern style.[/caption]