At their latest meeting, council members cleared the way for a new subdivision, unanimously approving an annexation agreement and rezoning the property west of 248th Avenue and south of Wolf’s Crossing Road.
Back in 2003, council approved a three-part plan known as 248th Assemblage, including Ashwood Creek to the south, Ashwood Park in the center, and Ashwood Pointe to the north.
When approved in ’03, the plan was to build 340 units consisting of manor homes, townhomes and duplexes. The new plan calls for 238 single-family homes.
“What’s very nice about this proposal is the fact that even though the density is a little tighter, the lots are a little smaller. “It is surrounded by the Will County Forest Preserve. I think it’s a wonderful thing that you’ve managed to combine residential with this nature preserve which will be an enhancement to your neighborhood, but also something the community can enjoy,” said Councilwoman Judy Brodhead.
Students will attend District 204 schools.
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