Route 22 Townhomes: Canterbury Estates


Ryan Homes intends to construct a new townhouse subdivision known as Canterbury Estates containing 38 new townhouses within 9 buildings on the 3.3 acres located on the north side of Route 22 and west of its intersection with Old Rand Road.  The primary facades of the buildings will be a combination of masonry using brick or stone and fiber cement board.1

The site plan is designed to minimize exposure to the CN railroad.  End units nearest the rail will have windows with enhanced sound-proofing ratings to help noise impacts and a screening fence will be construction along the frontage of the property with the rail to minimize potential conflicts.  The price points for the townhomes will start in the high $200,000's and are expected to average in the low to mid $300,000's.



The Planning and Zoning Commission considered the Canterbury Estates project at a public hearing on February 20, 2019 and voted 6-0 in favor of recommending approval of the development plan, subject to conditions outlined in the Village Staff report.  The Village Board reviewed this project at its April 15, 2019 meeting and voted 6-0 in favor of the proposed development.

The Planning and Zoning Commission considered a request for Final Plan approval at a public hearing on August 21, 2019 and found that the Final Plan was in substantial conformity with the previously approved concept plan.  The Commission voted 7-0 in favor of recommending approval of the Final Plan for the development. 

At the September 16, 2019 Village Board meeting, the Board approved the Ordinance Granting Final Plan Approval for this Planned Unit Development, which is expected to break ground in spring 2020 with units going on sale in summer 2020.

Project Documents

     Additional Views of Development

     Village Staff Report from September 16, 2019 Board meeting

     Ordinance Granting Final Plan Approval (Sept 16, 2019 Village Board meeting)

     Village Staff Report from April 15, 2019 Village Board Meeting

     Site Plan

     Landscaping Plan 

     Planning & Zoning Commission Findings from February 20, 2019 Public Hearing