Lexington project gets old zoning rules
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Wilmette Life (Wilmette, Illinois), 20 Dec 2012, p. 18


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Kathy Routliffe, Author
Curtis Lehmkuhl
, Photographer
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Plans were announced last week to create a six-story apartment building with ground floor commercial space at 611 Green Bay Road. Trustees say the plan is consistent with the Wilmette village center master plan. Drawing showing one architectural scheme proposed by Lexington Homes LLC for the property at 611 Green Bay Road, formerly Wil-Shore Ford. Photograph Mike Neal of the Wilmette Public Works department clearing brush at the site.
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20 Dec 2012
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  • Illinois, United States
    Latitude: 42.0756842904937 Longitude: -87.7088984234619
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Lexington project gets old zoning rules


Plans were announced last week to create a six-story apartment building with ground floor commercial space at 611 Green Bay Road. Trustees say the plan is consistent with the Wilmette village center master plan. Drawing showing one architectural scheme proposed by Lexington Homes LLC for the property at 611 Green Bay Road, formerly Wil-Shore Ford. Photograph Mike Neal of the Wilmette Public Works department clearing brush at the site.