Mandel Group Inc. wants to build a six-story building with 84 luxury apartments, a parking structure and a Walgreens Drug Store in the Sendik's parking lot, in Shorewood.
That development, at the southwest corner of N. Oakland Ave. and E. Kenmore Place, would relocate a Walgreens now at that intersection's northwest corner, said Chris Swartz, Shorewood village manager.
Mandel Group Inc.'s apartment and retail project proposed for Shorewood will amount to a $32 million investment, and will include units set aside for moderate-income renters.
That was among the new information to emerge at a Friday morning meeting of the village Community Development Authority, where Mandel executives presented their plans, which I first reported Thursday.
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The Shorewood Walgreens store must relocate as its lease expires, a move that would anchor a $32 millon retail and apartment project while also allowing for the redevelopment of a nearby Pick 'n Save supermarket.
The Walgreens, at the northwest corner of N. Oakland Ave. and E. Kenmore Place, has a lease with Roundy's Supermarkets Inc., which operates the Pick 'n Save chain.