Village Moves Forward with Triangle Development

Public Vision Session - Feb 11 - Village Moves Forward with Final Phase of Triangle District Development
Posted on 01/14/2019
Public Invited to Provide Input at February 11 Event

The Village of Orland Park’s Downtown Triangle District Project is moving forward into the final phase of development. The community is invited to take part in a visioning and informational session introducing the executive development team from Structured Development, LLC.

The visioning session will take place on Monday, February 11, 2019 at 7 p.m. at the Orland Park Civic Center, located at 14750 S. Ravinia Avenue in Orland Park.

In 2018, the village issued a Request for Qualifications/Proposals for development of the remaining nine village-owned acres.

Six companies submitted proposals and after a thorough review process the village board selected Structured Development, LLC to complete the project.

“The village is pleased to have selected Structured Development as the developer of this important community project in Orland Park,” said Mayor Keith Pekau. “Our vision for the parcel combined with the expertise of the developer will surely result in a phenomenal addition to the Orland Park community.”

The Triangle currently is home to Ninety7Fifty on the Park, the University of Chicago Medicine Center for Advanced Care, the 143rd Street Metra Station, a 500-space public parking structure and the village’s Crescent Park.

“Structured Development has developed numerous urban projects in and around the downtown Chicago area,” said Trustee Carole Griffin Ruzich, chair of the village’s Development Services, Planning and Engineering Committee. “Blackhawk on Halsted and the NEWCITY development in particular show the developer’s extensive proficiency in developing mixed-use projects.”

The purpose of the public visioning and informational session is to gather community input and insight the project enters the final planning stages prior to development.

“We are excited to partner with the team at Structured Development,” said Village Manager Joe La Margo. “We look forward to gathering public input as we step into the final planning stages of the project.”

For more information about the February 11 public visioning and informational session or the Downtown Main Street Triangle project, call the Village of Orland Park Development Services Department at 708/403-5300.