City sells Boston Store site for apartments
(Photo Submitted by Oakbrook Corporation)
The City of Sheboygan will give a developer $1.4 million in incentives to build a $10 million mixed-use complex with high-end apartments and commercial space on the former downtown Boston Store site.
Oakbrook Corp. will construct a building that would contain 80 market-rate apartment units with amenities and underground parking as well as 4,000 square feet of commercial retail space on the ground level. The building would be situated on the north end of the former Boston Store site.
The remaining green space will continue to be utilized for the summer concerts series, but will be incorporated into the design of the proposed development. An agreement with HKM Architects and Planners to remodel and landscape the area to match the proposed development is currently sitting in the city's Finance Committee. The item was taken up at an October meeting, but was held pending a final developer's agreement with the city.