City of Sturgeon Bay officials Monday will be discussing the future of the former Door County Cooperative property.
Members of Sturgeon Bay's Waterfront Redevelopment Authority will talk about the status of the west waterfront redevelopment project. Part of that will include the review of an application for a state grant that would help the city acquire the old Co-op parcel and demolish the existing buildings, with the exception of the grain elevator, which may or may not be restored.
The parcel is eyed as the future home of a proposed Four Seasons Market that would showcase Door County products and serve as a metaphorical and geographical "trailhead" to the food and arts of Door County. Officials have said it's a key piece of the redevelopment puzzle and its construction would serve as a catalyst for other development in the area.
RDA members will also discuss other aspects of the proposed redevelopment project and talk about the possible formation of a new tax increment district.
Monday's meeting is at 2 p.m. in the Community Room at City Hall.