Projects approval at common council meeting means more housing

Door County Daily News Post 9/7/2021 At 8:57pm by Tanner Bickford

You’re getting closer to seeing significant progress on the housing supply in the city of Sturgeon Bay. The Common Council approved a resolution paving the way to redevelop the Sunset School property and school parking lot into housing on Tuesday. One structure will have 26 units and the other will have ten. The 26-unit structure is projected to be finished by the end of 2023 and the 10-unit structure is expected to be done by the end of 2022. The project also includes new sidewalks on Erie Street and Florida Street. Other improvements would be done to Delaware Street and Florida Street. 

 

The council also approved the first reading of the ordinance approving the Planned Unit Development for a 53-unit dwelling located on the west waterfront. The PUD is a special zoning agreement with Northpointe Development that allows certain exceptions to usual city parameters. This particular PUD allows the building to be taller than what is normally approved downtown and it will have more units than what’s typically allowed. The city will vote on the second reading of the ordinance on September 21st before it becomes part of the municipal code. 

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