Chanhassen Council Approves Retail Development to Replace Gas Station
The Chanhassen City Council unanimously approved an 8,000-square-foot retail project that will replace Ivan’s Sinclair gas station at the intersection of Highway 5 and Dakota Avenue.
According to the Chanhassen Villager, the new project proposal includes a dental office, coffee shop and a restaurant. Great news for the nearby Brookhill neighborhood.
In addition to the gas station lot, the developer will also purchase a portion of vacant land owned by the city located immediately west of the property, the Chanhassen Villager reported. The city believes the new development will double the existing tax revenue and clean up the contaminated soil left by the gas station.
The developer, Chanhassen-based Center Companies, will close on the property in six months.
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