The Eastman development is a proposed 7-story mixed-use building with 150 residential units and a planned restaurant space on the first floor.Status (2023):
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5 N Douglas Apartments is a proposed 5-story multi-family building with 64 luxury apartments. The site is 0.7 miles away from Downtown Arlington Heights, adjacent to Mariano's Fresh Market.
Status (2023): Proposed
On October 10, 2023, the Design Commission denied a proposal for a single-family teardown/new construction due to the significant historical value of the existing house. The petitioner is appealing the Design Commission’s decision with the Village Board. The Village Board meeting for this appeal has been scheduled for Monday, February 5, 2024 at 7:30 pm at Village Hall. Public attendance is welcome.
Arlington 425 is a mixed-use project at a vacant 2.9-acre site located at the southwest corner of Campbell Street and Highland Avenue. For updates and to sign up for project e-news notifications, visit www.vah.com/Arlington425
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Arlington Downs is a mixed-use project located along Euclid Avenue, just west of Arlington International Racecourse. Plans include an existing 214 unit luxury apartment building, over 500 additional residential units, a 116 room hotel, as well as retail/restaurant/entertainment space.
Status (2023): Zones I & II Complete; Approved and Under Development
The Arlington Gateway Redevelopment Project is at the southeast corner of Algonquin Rd and Arlington Heights Rd. It is proposed to include an 8-story apartment building with approximately 300 units and 25,000 square feet of retail space on the first floor
Current Status: Approved
This project has been approved and is not scheduled for any upcoming meeting agendas.
The Arlington Market Development is a mixed use Planned Unit Development located at the northwest corner of Kensington Street and Dryden Avenue. It is comprised of a multi-tenant retail building, a day care, 9 residential townhome buildings, and 54 single-family home sites. The final phase of the development, consisting of the last 17 single-family homes, is currently underway as 14 of 17 homes have been constructed.
Status (2023): Under Construction
Full Circle Communities has proposed construction of a three-story Permanent Supportive Housing facility (PSH) to include 25-units. The facility would be built to accommodate individuals with disabilities and would target local veterans with the goal of providing stable housing coupled with supportive services for these residents. A total of 41 parking stalls have been proposed on the property.
Updates and an email sign up are available on the Grace Terrace Full Circle Communities Project Page
Hickory-Kensington Apartments is a five-story mixed-use building with 76 residential units and 3,400 square feet of ground floor commercial space. This project is a key part of the implementation of the Hickory/Kensington Area Plan, which aims to redevelop the area into a walkable modern mixed-use neighborhood.
Status (2023): Under Construction
The proposed redevelopment of 397 & 401 W Golf Rd is a 3-story, 102,008 square foot self-storage facility. The facility would include 725 storage units and a 1,000 square foot area for retail sales and packing supplies.
Status (2023): Approved
Introduction: Project Summary
In August, 2022 Urban Street, LLC presented their proposed development for TIF IV. The concept plan includes seven residential buildings consisting of 266 market rate apartments and one 37-unit affordable senior apartment building and commercial out lots along Golf Road.
Since the early review, Village staff, Village attorneys, and financial consultants have been negotiating with Urban Street, a non-binding Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) that will set the stage for negotiating the final Redevelopment Agreement (RDA). After approval of the MOU Urban Street will engage with their consultants to proceed forward with the necessary plans and documents to commence the zoning and entitlement process. During the same time the RDA will be negotiated and the final terms, conditions and timelines will be refined.
More information regarding the MOU can be found here.
Project Current Status
Past Meetings and Related Information
- Memorandum of Understanding and Resolution for the project was executed at the November 20, 2023 board meeting.
- Village Manager’s Report of August 15, 2022 – Early Review
Links to past meetings and agendas
Northwest Community Healthcare (NCH) is proposing construction of a new building within their campus, which would be located on the northern side of the campus and would be home to a Neurological Institute. NCH has under contract a portion of the western parking lot at the St. Simon’s Episcopal Church property, and in combination with the NCH-owned parking lot to the west of that, these areas will be the site of the newly proposed building. At five-stories in height, the facility would include an indoor rehabilitation space, a conference center, stroke triage space, a 24-bed intensive care unit, operating rooms, office and lab areas, and physician clinical areas for pre- and post-surgical consultation. The facility is meant to be a global destination for medical procedures, training, and education. On the northern side of the site abutting Kirchoff Road, a therapeutic garden area has been proposed.
Status (2023): Pre-Application
The Northwest Gateway Center consists of two spec industrial facilities totaling over 500,000 square feet of manufacturing and warehousing space.
Status (2023): Under Construction
St Viator has preliminarily proposed modifications to their building as well as substantial changes to the athletic fields. Preliminary concepts indicate new fields, grandstand, bleachers and lighting.Status (2023):
Updates are available on the St. Viator Project
The Southpoint Shopping Center PUD was first approved in 1988. This includes the subject property as well as the multi-tenant retail building attached to the Floor & Décor building, the former Bif Furniture building and the multi-tenant retail spaces attached to the Bif furniture building, and three outlots along the Rand Road frontage. The entire Southpoint Shopping Center is subject to a recently amended Construction, Operation, and Reciprocal Easement Agreement (OEA) that provides for shared access and shared parking between all users within the PUD. Access to the shopping center comes from two full access, signalized intersections with Rand Road, a full access non-signalized intersection with Palatine Road, and a right-in/right-out intersection with Palatine Road. Access within the shopping center is done primarily through an internal ring road that is owned and maintained by the shopping center.
The Southpoint Shopping Center PUD was subdivided in 2019 to create a new out-lot site for future development located along Palatine Road. This newly created out-lot is located in front of the Floor & Décor building at 600 E. Rand Road and it makes up the westernmost portion of the large parking lot directly in front of the Floor and Décor building. The out-lot is 1.23 acres in size and presently developed with approximately 125 parking spaces that are mostly used as overflow parking by the Chili’s and Olive Garden restaurants located to the west.
These out-lots have been approved, and the Chipotle building recently completed construction. Development of the Chipotle building includes construction of 41 parking stalls and development of the future building would add an additional six stalls for a total of 47 stalls.
The second building, at the east of the outlot, is now proposed to house Bibibop Grill. Bibibop Grill is currently undergoing Plan Commission review.