The Sturgeon Bay City Council will hold a special meeting Tuesday to consider preliminary plans for a four-story apartment building proposed for the northeast corner of Oregon Street and 2nd Avenue.
The preliminary planned unit development for the Oregon Street Lofts was approved by the city's Plan Commission January 16.
The project would use tax credits from the Wisconsin Housing and Economic Development Authority and Community Development Director Marty Olejniczak says WHEDA has a February 1 deadline to submit project proposals. He says that's why aldermen are taking up the matter Tuesday instead of at their regular meeting February 5.
The building would feature underground parking and contain 42 units, mostly one- and two-bedrooms apartments with some studios and some three-bedroom units.
Since the project is being proposed as a planned unit development there are several steps it must go through for approval. Gaining preliminary PUD approval from the Council is the next step.
Tuesday's meeting is at 6 p.m. in the Council Chambers at City Hall.