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My Place hotel proposed across from Capital Credit Union Park

By Kevin Boneske
Staff Writer

ASHWAUBENON – A My Place hotel could be coming to the village.

Ashwaubenon’s Site Plan Review Committee and the Plan Commission both recommended a site plan Tuesday, Nov. 5, for the proposed three-story, 64-room hotel to be located along Holmgren Way in a vacant lot south of Nakashima’s and across from Capital Credit Union Park.

This drawing depicts a three-story, 64-room My Place hotel proposed along Holmgren Way in Ashwaubenon across the street from Capital Credit Union Park.

Community Development Director Aaron Schuette said the proposed hotel, which would include a grilling area across the parking lot, includes a combination of stone veneer and cement board siding in compliance with the required percentages of exterior finish materials in the site plan ordinance and meets all applicable setback, landscaping and parking requirements.

Schuette said parking will wrap around the back of the hotel with landscape islands and some green space also to the west next to the Marvelle Lane Apartments.

“It does do a nice job of buffering to the apartments back here,” he said.

Though the drawings depicted four wall signs with one on each side of the building, Schuette said there will only be two signs as allowed by the village’s sign ordinance.

The property’s owner, Rani Patel, said the signs would be the same as the ones used for the My Place hotel in Mount Pleasant.

Because the property is located in the Village Center zoning district, the site plan requires final approval by the village board, which will consider the proposal at its Nov. 26 meeting.

Exterior alterations

The Site Plan Review Committee also approved a site plan for Woodside Senior Community’s Oaks Apartments at 1040 Pilgrim Way to add a new 796-square-foot entry and porch along with four rooftop-mounted dormers to the independent living apartment building that fronts Anderson Drive.

Schuette said the dormers will have 50-year warranty cement board lap siding as required by the village code.

“The addition will add some visual interest while further identifying the primary entrance to this component of Woodside, and the dormers add some visual interest to the frontage along Anderson Drive,” he said.

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