Somersville, a proposed 516-unit multi-family residential development behind Somers Elementary School, is garnering support from village officials as it moves through the approval process.
Village President George Stoner during a work session Tuesday said the developer has “a willingness to come to the plate and really put in a quality subdivision that I think is going to be outstanding for the Village of Somers.”
Village Trustee Jackie Nelson said the developer is addressing the need for both one-bedroom apartments and affordable family housing options.
“You have done a really good job accommodating people, so we can welcome everybody into our community,” Nelson said.
The development proposal by Kenosha-based Land Quest, in partnership with Cardinal Capital, includes a mix of one-, two- and three-bedroom townhomes and apartments, most with attached garages, and three-bedroom duplexes with basements and attached garages. A community clubhouse with a pool and other recreational amenities are also part of the plan.
“Our hope is to create a neighborhood feel that is rich with amenities and green space,” Ryan Douglas, president of Land Quest said. “Site amenities include a 9,000-square-foot clubhouse with a pool, fitness center, lounge, game room, coffee bar, changing showers and more.
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