The city’s Public Works Committee has approved plans for a wholesale produce company’s 240,000-square-foot industrial building on property adjacent to where a Potawatomi-backed, mixed use development is also being proposed.
The committee voted 5-2 to approve a certified survey map that would allow Zilber Group developers to subdivide the property into two lots, one for the future home of Kenosha-based Heartland Produce on about 32 acres at the corner of 60th Street and 104th Avenue.
The second would accommodate Project Greeneway, on the remaining 164 acres of the former Dairyland Greyhound Park, at 5522 104th to the north and west.
Zilber aims to develop Greeneway with a 360-unit apartment complex, along with industrial buildings, a business park and retail development.
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