A plan to show Mark Cook dinner’s Backyard Heart right into a microbrewery and faucet room and a proposal for a Thornton’s fuel station on the intersection of Rand and Miller roads will probably be introduced to the Lake Zurich village board Tuesday.
The board won’t take motion on both plan however will present suggestions to the presenters.
First, the board will hear from Mark Cook dinner, who after 32 years within the panorama enterprise desires to rename his backyard heart Bear Tracks and use the constructing to brew and serve beer, in line with village paperwork.
The plan requires a 1,900-square-foot faucet room, a 2,000-square-foot brewery and bottling space and about 2,000 sq. toes of outside seating areas.
Assistant to the Village Supervisor Kyle Kordell stated a microbrewery on the website of the backyard heart, which is at 101 E. Foremost St., is an efficient match for the village’s central enterprise district.
“A lot of the public suggestions obtained up to now may be very supportive of the microbrewery,” Kordell stated. “So it matches in that manner, too.”
Kordell stated if Cook dinner’s plan goes ahead, the village would wish to approve a special-use allow as a result of the proposal requires stay leisure and outside seating.
If the plan is permitted, Cook dinner hopes to have the brand new enterprise up and operating by September 2019, across the time of his 60th birthday.
The Thornton’s fuel station plan requires a 5,000-square-foot comfort retailer and 14 gasoline pumps to be constructed on the southeast nook of Rand and Miller roads.
The land is vacant, and Flint Creek flows throughout the southwest portion of the property, in line with village paperwork.
The plan requires the village to donate zero.32 acres of what’s now Manor Park to the builders.
Rick Claes, managing accomplice at Bluestone Single Tenant Properties, stated the donated land would enable builders to sq. off the property and supply on-site stormwater administration.
Claes stated his agency proposed a Thornton’s on the outdated Hackney’s website in January 2017 and obtained the message from native residents and elected officers that it wasn’t a very good match. Claes stated the intersection of Rand and Miller is healthier as a result of a Walgreens and a Shell fuel station already are there.
The village board will meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday on the village corridor, 70 E. Foremost St.