Arlington 425

About the Arlington 425 Project
Arlington 425 is a mixed-use project at a vacant 2.9-acre site located at the southwest corner of Campbell Street and Highland Avenue. As approved, the project consists of up to 479 parking stalls and two multi-family apartment buildings with a combined total of 319 residential units and approximately 7,500 square feet of commercial space.

Status (2023): Approved; approval of the Final Plat of Consolidation is still outstanding. Revisions made to by the developer to the Arlington 425 include:
  • Eliminating the proposed seven-story Highland residential building that included six stories of parking (13 stories) and replacing it with a four or five-story parking garage.
  • Changing the Campbell Street building from a nine-story building with182 residential units and commercial space on the first and second floor, to a 10-story building with 26 more residential units proposed in place of the second-floor commercial space and 7,900 square feet of commercial space on the first floor.
  • Adding a story to the 54-unit, four-story building facing Chestnut Avenue to a five-story building with 34 additional residential units.
This $150 million development was approved by the Village Board in May 2019 after extensive review. In August 2020 the developer was granted an extension to zoning approvals on the site until June 2021. 

For questions about the project, please email [email protected].

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Project Updates
Please note that all meeting agendas will be posted on the Village's Agendas and Meetings Page by 5 p.m. on the Friday before the scheduled meeting. 

January 2023: A Design Commission meeting has been scheduled for Tuesday, Jan. 9 at 6:30 pm to re-review the previously approved exterior architectural design of the Parking Garage at 26 S. Highland Avenue.  This meeting is a continuation from the Dec. 12 Design Commission meeting for review of changes to the exterior architectural design (appearance) only of the parking garage building.  The parking garage received zoning approval in 2021 as part of the overall Arlington 425 Planned Unit Development (PUD).  Matters related to zoning, such as the size of the garage, number of stories, number of parking spaces, etc, will not be discussed by the Design Commission.  The meeting will take place at Village Hall.  Public attendance is welcome.



Past Updates
  • December 6, 2023: A Design Commission meeting has been scheduled for Tuesday, Dec. 12 at 6:30 pm to re-review the previously approved exterior architectural design of the Parking Garage at 26 S. Highland Avenue.  This meeting is for review of changes to the exterior architectural design (appearance) only.  The parking garage received zoning approval in 2021 as part of the overall Arlington 425 Planned Unit Development (PUD).  Matters related to zoning, such as the size of the garage, number of stories, number of parking spaces, etc, will not be discussed by the Design Commission.  The meeting will take place at Village Hall.  Public attendance is welcome.
  • November 21, 2023
    Design Commission meeting has been scheduled for Tuesday, Nov. 28 at 6:30 pm to re-review the exterior design of the Campbell building at 225 W. Campbell Street.  This meeting is a continuation from the Nov. 14 Design Commission meeting.  The petitioner has revised the design based on feedback received from the Design Commission on Nov. 14.  The meeting will take place Village Hall. 
  • November 10, 2023
    Design Commission meeting has been scheduled for Tuesday, Nov. 14 at 6:30 pm to re-review the previously approved exterior design of the Campbell building at 225 W. Campbell Street due to proposed changes to the exterior materials and balconies. The meeting will take place Village Hall. 
  • March 2022
    In March, 2021, a revised-down version of the Arlington 425 development project, a residential and commercial mixed-use development planned for the Downtown is to be discussed by the Design Commission and Plan Commission. This proposed development by CCH LLC is planned for the south end of a long vacant parcel in the Downtown bounded by Highland, Campbell and Chestnut.