Monday, April 2, 2012
Menards will develop the southern section of the area, while Pace will develop the northern portion. City Council voted on the issue Monday.
Menards and Pace Properties have been chosen to develop two sections of the Hadley Township Redevelopment Area in Richmond Heights. City Council made the announcement during a meeting Monday at The Heights. Menards has proposed a two-story store approximately 246,000 square feet in size. In addition, the development would include roughly 400 parking spaces and allow for the presence of three or four complementary retail businesses or restaurants at the southwest and northwest corners of the site. The council voted 8-1 in favor of Menards. District 3 Councilman Ed Notter voted against the proposal. Costco had proposed a members-only warehouse club approximately 150,000 square feet in size. The development also would include 750 parking …
The regular meeting of the Richmond Heights City Council will be held at The Heights.
Two Hadley Township developers are expected to be chosen Monday night at a meeting of the Richmond Heights City Council. Costco and Menards are competing to develop land just north of Maplewood Commons. Meanwhile, Pace Properties is seeking a $125 million retail development just south of The Heights community center. Download an agenda for the meeting. The meeting begins at 7:30 p.m. Monday at The Heights.
Thursday, March 15, 2012
Richmond Heights City Council members had questions about trash, noise pollution and traffic.
*Editor's note: An earlier version of this article incorrectly identified the councilman who spoke about compensation for residents of the 19 or 20 houses in the southern portion of Hadley Township. District 2 Councilman Jim Thomson made the remarks. This article has been updated to reflect the correct information. The Richmond Heights City Council heard Hadley Township development proposals from Costco and Menards representatives at a special meeting Wednesday night. Ted Johnson of T.J. Design Strategies and Mike Stratis of Intrepid Strategies are consultants for Costco and delivered a presentation on behalf of the company. Scott Nuttelman, a real estate representative for Menards, spoke on behalf of Menards. Both businesses are competing…