Mequon Common Council to consider 83-lot subdivision development

Belinda Arcitec
Kaerek Homes hopes to bring an 83-lot subdivision to Mequon near the Mequon Nature Preserve.

The Mequon Common Council will consider conceptual plans for an 83-lot, single-family residential development at an 86-acre site between a subdivision and the Mequon Nature Preserve.

Joe Bukovic, vice president of development at Point Real Estate, presented plans for the project on behalf of Kaerek Homes at a March 21 planning commission meeting.

“Based on the location of the property, with a little denser subdivision to the west and the Mequon Nature Preserve to the east, we thought this was a good candidate for a cluster-type development,” Bukovic said at the meeting.

The commission voted to recommend the common council approve the project’s rezoning request. If approved by the council, the developer could build one house per acre instead of one house per 5 acres.

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