The Goemans, owner's of the BP gas station on Hartford's east side, have proposed a plan for a 1600 SF addition to the existing gas station. As shown on the site plan, the building addition would be on the west side of the building and would include a new canopy, with the latest BP design. The building would be finished with stone veneer wainscot and vinyl. The planning commission approved the preliminary review in March 2020.
Conceptual Plan Proposed - 3141 & 3151 County Trunk Highway (CTH) K
Hoffman Properties LLC has proposed a plan for the development of approximately 2.2 acres of land located just south of the City of Hartford on County Rd K. The project is currently in the Town of Hartford and development would require the property to be annexed to the City.
The proposed plan would consist of converting two existing buildings into two-family and three-family properties, and building an additional two-family and four-family property on the lot, with a potential plan of up to 13 units.
The Plan Commission reviewed the project in February 2020 and the project, if approved could begin construction in 2020. Final details and building design would be voted on by the Plan Commission before any site plans are given final approval.
17 Acre Mixed Use Re-Development Opportunity - Hartford Plaza 1201-1275 Bell Avenue
Working with Vandewalle & Associates the concept rendering shown below was unveiled as a potential plan to revitalize the Hartford Plaza. The development would be a mixed use of apartments, retail stores and office space, additional restaurants and park-like gathering space. This exciting new vision was unleashed in January, 2019 for the Common Council. In February 2019, the City approved a conceptual plan to begin the process to re-develop the area where the former Kmart and Sentry stores were located. The City is seeking developers who are interested in developing all or part of the project. Since the original proposal is conceptual in nature, the finished product will likely change, as this is a starting point for the potential development. This creative new concept is full of opportunity, in a highly traveled and visible area in our vibrant, growing community.
Contact Justin Drew for more information regarding Hartford Plaza.
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Trade Tech Inc.
2231 Constitution Ave. Hartford, WI
The Brozozowski Brothers LLC recently proposed an 18,012 square foot addition to the Trade Tech building located on Constitution Avenue. The addition would significantly increase the size of the current facility which is approximately 33,000 square feet. The proposed addition, which was approved in December, 2019 would house a new shop bay, two new bathrooms, and a new welding and fabrication area.
Trade Tech Inc. was founded in 1985 with the current facility built in 2007. The company is a family owned business that specialized in precision CNC machining and fabrication, providing service to customers locally and nationwide.
PIKE PLACE DRIVE – OFFICE COMPLEX 110 N Pike Lake Dr. Hartford, WI
Design 2 Construct has proposed the development of an office complex at the northeast corner of Pike Place Drive and East Sumner Street (STH 60).
• The complex would be made up of three office buildings with a total square footage of approximately 20,000 square feet. The developer plans to build the southernmost building first, which is proposed to be 7,377 square feet and would be located on Lot 1 which is 4.967 acres. Each building would have a unique use, and would each have at least two tenant spaces available for lease.
• The City approved a concept plan for the office development in November 2019, and the project is proposed to begin in early 2020. The site plan shows the proposed buildings. The eastern portion of the lots would be undisturbed wetlands. The buildings are planned to have a minimalist look and a modern design. The single-story structures would have covered entry canopies and a patio facing south for employees.
Glenn Hepfner Inc is planning to build a new 12,000 SF addition. The new addition will be located southwest of the main facility, and will be used as a cold storage facility. Two storage areas within the building addition will provide the needed additional storage. The surrounding area, which is already commercial and industrial will have little impact from the addition, which was approved in September 2019 and planned to be built in the spring of 2020 .
The metal fabrication company has been in business since 1975 and was originally located in Sussex, WI. The company has continued to grow over the years and in 2004 it began building their 80,000 SF facility here in Hartford.
The Conservancy -
1329–1345 South Wilson Ave Hartford
Condo Development LLC is beginning construction of “The Conservancy” which was approved in August, 2019. Already underway, the developer, Greg James, plans to have its first units completed in spring of 2020. The view of the natural conservancy bordering the condominiums on three sides of the property no doubt inspired the name of this latest development.
The development is planned to be comprised of three (3) four-family buildings making up 12 units and eight (8) duplex style buildings making up the other 16 units in the 28-unit development.
The single story 2 BR, 2 BA condominiums are pictured to the right. A private driveway will provide access to the completed complex. Each unit will have 1 – 2 car garages for parking with an equal number of spaces on the approach; plus additional parking. A bike / walking path abutting the property on S. Wilson Ave will be part of the finished development. The project is proposed to be age-restricted.
Lotus Be Well - The Blooming Lotus - The Platonic Cafe – 47 N Main St. Hartford
Located in the Hartford downtown business district is a new storefront with three businesses in one location. Lotus Be Well has relocated and the Blooming Lotus and the Platonic Café also occupy the building; which is accessible from the city parking lot on Johnson St. as well as Main St. The wellness focused merchants offer a variety of holistic treatments and services, personalized natural therapies and educational materials. The Blooming Lotus retails supplements and health related products and is located within the storefront. On the lower level the Platonic Café offers a variety of nutritional drinks and foods high in vitamins.
Larpen Metallurgical Services Office Addition 1111 Western Ave, Hartford
Larpen Metallurgical Services proposed building a 1,460 square foot addition onto their existing 3,836 square foot building located on Western Ave. To facilitate the addition, land from their adjacent manufacturing property, located at 1049 Western Dr was surveyed and a new CSM (Certified Survey Map) was submitted with the plan. The proposed addition, approved in July 2019, will be located south of the existing building and will house offices, a conference room, restrooms and mechanical rooms.
Larpen Metallurgical Services is a supplier of graphite products and carbon additives throughout North America. In 1996, a large manufacturing facility was built in Hartford, to meet the growing demands for their products in North America. The facility here in Hartford is approximately 75,000 square feet, with additional manufacturing facilities around the United States and abroad.
Carmex Precision Tool LLC is planning to develop a 2.5 acre parcel of land they purchased from the City, into the company's sales and distribution center for North America. In June 2019, the City approved the proposed building which will be approximately 7,387 SF on one level, with room for future expansion.
The Carmex Precision Tool company specializes in the production of threading tools for turning and milling. The company has a production facility located in Richfield, WI, with its main facility located in Maalot, Israel.
The Rincon Development – 215 – 225 N Main St, Hartford
The Rincon is an important part of the strategic development of downtown Hartford. The upscale new apartment complex is located just north of City Hall, and features retail space on the street level. The development is scheduled to be ready for occupancy in the summer of 2020. The property was originally comprised of eight lots but has been re-divided and now makes up two lots. The development which was approved in March, 2019 is already underway.
The Rincon will consist of the following:
Lot 1 - 33,285 SF and consists of the new Rincon Development
- 82 Units
- Underground parking
- Club Room
- Luxury finishes
- Private balcony
- Retail space on the main level
Lot 2 – 14,124 SF will become the City Parking Lot.
- Parking for Rincon residents.
- Parking for visitors and city residents.
Lincoln School Addition 755 S Rural St. Hartford, WI 53027
Construction is complete on the 6,962 square foot addition to the Lincoln School building. The addition; located on the NW corner of the building houses the following:
- 4 New Class Rooms
- New restrooms
- 2 New Project Rooms
Passed by a referendum in the fall of 2018; the new addition was added for needed instructional space. The conceptual plan was approved in February of 2019 and was completed at the end of summer 2019.
Rossman School Addition 600 Highland Ave. Hartford, WI 53027
Construction is complete on the 7,395 square foot addition to the Rossman School building. The addition is located on the NW side of the building and houses the following:
- 4 New Class Rooms
- New restrooms
- 2 New Project Rooms
- Storage Room
- Exit Vestibule
Passed by a referendum in the fall of 2018; the addition was added for more instructional space. The conceptual plan was approved in February of 2019, and was completed at the end of summer 2019.
Craft Retreat House – 209 W Lincoln Ave, Hartford
A “Craft Retreat House” was proposed by Jean Harley. The home provides a place for small groups of people to spend time gathering to do crafting projects. A concept new to Hartford, the home provides refuge from the day to day and allows people to “get away” and go crafting. Similar “crafting homes” currently operate throughout areas of the State of Wisconsin. Groups of up to 12 people can rent the home for their projects. Classes and open sewing nights are part of the offering. The Craft Retreat House is also available to rent for meetings, showers, and church related retreats. The project was approved in January 2019 and has begun operation. The conditional uses permitted have some restrictions to maintain the residential atmosphere of the neighborhood.