The Blue at the Trail residential project in Kimberly is moving forward with the approval of a Planned Use Development (PUD) development plan for the first trail and Fox River-front condominium building. The Blue at the Trail development is the latest addition to The Cedars riverfront redevelopment at the former NewPage Paper Mill site.
“The Village of Kimberly is pleased that the project is moving forward,” stated Maggie Mahoney, Kimberly Village Administrator. “The Village and its partners are investing thoughtful attention in order to craft a high-quality neighborhood that will redevelop valuable river-front property, add value to the Village, and offer quality amenities for the community.”
The PUD plans, which were approved at the Village Board meeting on February 27, lay the groundwork for construction of the first 45 owner-occupied condominium units. Units in the first building will range in size from 800’+ to 1,970’ square feet with one, two, and three-bedroom units available, with most having views of the Fox River. The building provides enclosed parking, private patios & balconies, and common rooftop plazas.
“Hoffman is excited to enter this next phase for Blue at the Trail alongside the Village and the project’s developer,” said Sam Statz, Hoffman Planning, Design & Construction, Inc. President/Owner. “Blue at the Trail will be a phenomenal addition to Kimberly, and as a Village resident, I am excited to see how the project enhances the community.”
Work to install water, sewer, and stormwater infrastructure at the site is currently underway with construction on the first building expected to begin in the fall. Additional phases of the project are planned to begin approximately every six months. Upon completion, the development will include 180 multi-family condominium units, 58 townhomes, and 16 single-family homes.
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