Future Developments Underway in Maple Grove
It’s another sign that speaks to the demand for senior housing outpacing supply.
When the SilverCreek on Main project in Maple Grove wanted to change its development plan for a third building, people from the nearby Applewood Pointe property expressed concerns.
SilverCreek on Main currently has two buildings on Main Street and Weaver Lake Road. Their plans for a third building changed slightly. The new plan calls for the same number of units, around 75, but the units would be slightly larger. The building would be closer to the adjacent property than originally planned.
People who have signed purchase agreements for condos in the neighboring Applewood Pointe came to the Maple Grove Planning Commission Meeting. They expressed concern that the future building would block views and be too close to their new property.
“We’re going to be living there and hopefully for a long time,” said Richard Martens, one of the future residents. “Keep in mind when folks found this out, it wasn’t eight months ago when considering the purchase application, but after they committed.”
The Planning Commission tabled the decision and said the issue would likely come before the Council by the end of May.
SilverCreek on Main said it does have a waiting list for its units.
Windrose-Markets at Rush Creek
Meanwhile, the city gave final approval to new townhomes planned near a future Hy-Vee grocery store. The Windrose-Markets at Rush Creek project by Pulte Homes would be located in the eastern quadrant of Bass Lake Road and County Road 101. The plan calls for 79 two-story row-style townhomes. Sale prices are expected between upper 200,000 to 400,00 dollars.