Mixed-Use Development Shaping Up
Construction crews have started to frame up the first of two buildings on the corner of Anoka and Wood avenues in Barrington.
The mixed-use development on the corner of Anoka and Wood avenues in town center Barrington is rising.
Crews have started framing up the first of two 2,900-square-feet L-shaped two-story buildings on the corner.
Commercial space will be leased on the first floor of the two buildings. Two two-bedroom apartments – one for affordable housing -- will be rented on the second floors of each building. The entrance to the development will be off of Anoka Avenue.
There will be 24 off-street parking spaces between and behind the buildings and four on-street parking spaces on Anoka and Wood avenues.
The project is the first development subject to a variety of recently approved zoning regulations, including the need for bicycle racks set up in relation to the number of parking spaces. It also must include sidewalks.