Huntley Realty's Tony Delisi posted this video on YouTube where he talks about the full interchange construction on Route 47 and Interstate 90 and how it should affect home prices. Delisi has some interesting videos available on YouTube.
Friday, August 17, 2012
Tuesday, August 14, 2012
Village submitting projects for 2015-2017 fiscal years to McHenry County Council of Mayors.
Huntley is in the midst of a major road construction project, the full interchange at Route 47 and Interstate 90, but officials have their eye on other key road projects. The village is submitting a sort of ‘wish list’ of projects to the McHenry County Council of Mayors for review and ranking to be considered for federal funding. Projects must meet certain requirements including must be an eligible Federal Aid Urban route, must be funded for the local share which is 20 percent and must be planned for federal fiscal years 2015, 2016 or 2017, according to village staff. The council was created and authorized by the Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning Policy Committee for the purposes of providing input into the region's transportation…
Wednesday, August 8, 2012
Village continues to see building permits rise first half of 2012.
Huntley’s building permit revenues came in higher than projected in the first quarter of the year, officials said. Village Manager Dave Johnson said Huntley made conservative building permit revenue projections for the year, but the revenues have come in 30 percent higher. Huntley issued 51 building permits for residential units through the end of June, said Johnson, who gave trustees an update on village finances to date. The revenues already exceed $391,473 so far, he said. Last year, Huntley’s permits doubled its projects and the village issued 97 building permits for new, single-family detached homes and 33 permits for units like townhome. The 2011 building permit revenues came in at $599,811 for the year, officials said. There were…
Friday, August 3, 2012
Plans moving ahead, developer hopes to break ground in the fall on the stores slated for new Regency Square retail center
Plans for a new Regency Square retail center aren't moving as freaky fast as Jimmy John's deliveries, but the developer hopes things move fast enough for a fall groundbreaking. Elgin-based Interstate Partners showed Huntley trustees a revised site plan for a 3,747 square foot building and a 7,977 square foot building Thursday that addressed trustees’ earlier concerns about a monument sign and parking. Trustees were happy with the changes. “Welcome to Huntley. We appreciate you coming and we will work with you as much as we can,” Trustee Harry Leopold said. Under the revised plan, the developer added 28 parking spaces And added brick to the monument sign to be consistent with other signs in the area. Other changes included expanding a …