Changes to a previously approved planned development at Shorehaven include 45-unit apartment building
Proposed changes and additions at Lutheran Homes of Oconomowoc (Shorehaven) sailed through the Common Council Tuesday night without any discussion. The 7-0 vote changes a previously approved planned development at 1305 and 1306 West Wisconsin Avenue.
The changes/improvements include a catered living 45-unit apartment addition; a commons connector building that will serve as a transition space between the existing Lake Terrace Apartments; the addition of a restaurant and other amenities; plus a two-story wellness building housing group exercise rooms, a swimming pool and whirlpool, and an outdoor picnic pavilion with restrooms near Lac La Belle. Also included is underground parking for the apartments
A public hearing on the proposed changes was held on June. 16, 2015. At the hearing, Ed Somers, CEO for Lutheran Homes, made a presentation outlining the changes. He was joined by Heidi Kramer, Plunkett Raysich Architects, who is designing the improvements.