60-unit apartment project in Crystal Lake nears approval
CRYSTAL LAKE – An Indiana company could get approval to move forward with a plan to build a 60-unit apartment project along Congress Parkway in Crystal Lake.
The Crystal Lake City Council could vote on the project Tuesday, said Crystal Lake planner Elizabeth Maxwell. The city's Planning and Zoning Commission backed the final designs for the development at a meeting earlier this month.
Pedcor Investments LLC, of Carmel, Ind., is seeking permission to build six "big house" style apartment buildings with 10 units each on a 7.76-acre site on Congress Parkway behind the Crystal Point Mall. The vacant site is adjacent to where Lutheran Social Services of Illinois is building the Gable Point senior housing project, according to city records.
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