Arlington 425 Development Approved by Arlington Heights Village Board Monday Night May 13, 2019

The Arlington Heights Village Board unanimously voted for the approval of the Arlington 425 development Monday after meeting over three hours, hearing from the developer, village staff, the village board and citizens of the community.

VOTING …
Mayor
Thomas Hayes — Yes

Trustees
Richard Baldino — Yes
Mary Beth Canty — Yes
Robin LaBedz — Yes
Greg Padovani — Yes
Bert Rosenberg — Yes
John Scaletta — Yes
Thomas F. Schwingbeck Jr — Yes

Trustee Jim Tinaglia recused himself and did not attend the board meeting because he is an architect involved in the Arlington 425 development.

The plan by CCH LLC for Arlington 425 includes 361 units and just over 44,000 square feet of commercial space. If approved, three buildings would be developed in the Downtown including a four-story, 54-unit residential building facing Chestnut; a nine-story, 182-unit apartment building with commercial space on the bottom two floors on Campbell; and a 13-story, 125-unit apartment building on Highland that would rise on top of a six-story parking garage. The developer has also included 565 parking spaces on site, which is above the 455 spaces required by code.

CCH LLC developer Bruce Adreani thanked all involved at the end of the meeting and said he hoped when the project is completed that people will say, “I never thought it would be this nice.”

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