Proposed Campana Redevelopment Updates

On May 2, 2017, the City Council's Committee of the Whole (COW) reviewed an Initial Land Use Proposal Review for a proposed redevelopment of the Historic Campana Building at 901 North Batavia Avenue by Evergreen Real Estate Group. This page is designed to provide information and updates regarding this project from the City, as it proceeds. A complete development application was received on June 1st and is now under review by City staff.  The Public Hearing is being held by the Plan Commission and will resume on August 30, 2017 at 7:00 PM.    

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Public Hearing

The Batavia Plan Commission opened the Public Hearing for the Campana Redevelopment on August 2, 2017, which continued to August 16th. The Public Hearing will resume on August 30, 2017 at 7:00 PM in the Batavia City Council Chambers.  Please see the attached Legal Notice for information.
8/2/17: Meeting Agenda - Staff Report - Applicant PresentationBATV Livestream - BATV Broadcast - BATV Broadcast, Audio Corrected  
8/16/17: Agenda - Staff Report - Applicant PresentationWireless Information - BATV Livestream - BATV Broadcast

Historic Preservation Commission Review

The Historic Preservation Commission will continue reviewing the Certificate of Appropriateness at their meeting on August 28, 2017 at 5:30 PM in the City Council Chambers. 
8/14/17:  Agenda - Application Info - Applicant Presentation

Informational Meeting

The Fox River Valley Initiative and Evergreen Real Estate Group held an informational meeting on July 17th at the Congregational Church of Batavia.  (meeting flier)    

Initial Land Use Proposal Information

Staff Memo to COW, April 25, 2017 (Revised May 1, 2017)
May 2, 2017 Committee of the Whole - Video
Applicant's Presentation

Other Materials

Batavia Comprehensive Plan
CMAP Homes for a Changing Region Plan - Batavia, Geneva, North Aurora and St. Charles
Regional Housing Solutions (CMAP/Metropolitan Planning Council/Metropolitan Mayors Caucus)

Photograph of the Campana Building Main Entrance