Marq on Main
The Old Village Hall Site Redevelopment, named Marq on Main, will be Downtown Lisle's newest multi-residential community located at Main Street and Burlington Avenue. The developer is Naperville-based Marquette Companies. This 5-story mid-rise community will consist of 201 luxury one and two bedroom apartments and 15,000 sq ft of ground retail.
Building amenities will include: a resort style infinity pool with sundeck and cabanas, fire tables and grilling station, a resident clubhouse, golf stimulator, conference room, fitness center, 24-hour tech lounge and café. The pet-friendly, smoke-free building is expected to achieve the National Green Building Standard Certification.
Occupancy is expected to take place in the summer of 2018. Feel free to contact Darlene Egan, Marquette Companies Senior VP at (630) 364-0289 should you have immediate questions about this beautiful new development in Downtown Lisle.
To learn about Marq on Main, click here.
To learn more about the economic benefits Marq on Main will bring to the Village of Lisle, click here.
To view a rendering of the proposed development for the Old Village Hall Site by Marquette Investments, click here.
To view the November 19, 2014 Planning & Zoning Commission packet of information, click here.
To view the October 15, 2014 Planning & Zoning Commission packet of information, click here.
August 9, 2017
To view a video of the construction progress, click here.
July 26, 2017
To review an updated construction schedule for the Marq on Main, click here.
June 2, 2017
To view a press release from Marquette Companies citing reasons for construction delay and plans to move the project forward, click here.
May 11, 2017
Construction continues on the Marq on Main.
To learn more about the residential and commercial options available in this beautiful, new mixed-use development, click here. Pre-leasing from a Temp Office is expected to being mid-summer 2018.
October 21, 2016
Progress on the mixed-use residential and retail development currently under construction in Downtown Lisle continues as pre-cast columns and walls go up on the site. Named “Marq on Main,” the redevelopment will offer 201 upscale apartments in five stories on Burlington Avenue and three to four stories along Main Street, indoor parking and 35 new street parking spaces. Approximately 14,000 square feet of new restaurant/retail space will continue the revitalization of Downtown Lisle, increase pedestrian traffic and enhance the downtown’s dining/shopping offerings. Other amenities include two public plazas and two rooftop decks. Completion is expected in late Fall 2017. Marq on Main is being developed by Marquette Companies, a leader in commercial and multi-family residential development and management across the country.
February 5, 2016
Construction began on the Old Village Hall Site Redevelopment on February 1, 2016. Spencer Avenue, from just south of the Lisle/Woodridge Fire Station to Burlington Avenue in Downtown Lisle, is now permanently closed to all through traffic. The metered parking spaces on the north side of Burlington Avenue between Spencer and Center will no longer be available for use beginning March 1, 2016.
December 17, 2015
Officials from developers Marquette Companies joined Lisle Mayor Joe Broda, members of the Village Board of Trustees, Village staff and members of the Lisle Chamber of Commerce on Tuesday, December 15, 2015 in turning shovels to begin construction on the $50 million development on the Old Village Hall site in Downtown Lisle. Construction is expected to be complete in 2017.
The mixed-use development includes 201 well-appointed apartment homes in five stories on Burlington Avenue and three to four stories along Main Street, with indoor parking for residents and tenants, as well as 35 new on-street parking spaces. Some 14,000 square feet of new commercial space will add restaurant and retail uses that will strengthen the commercial district, build foot traffic and enhance the Downtown as an attractive dining destination. The development will feature a new public plaza offering outdoor dining at Main and Burlington, as well an additional public plaza at Spencer and Burlington, and two rooftop amenity decks along Burlington Avenue. To learn more, click here.
September 10, 2015
It is anticipated that Marquette Properties will submit permits in September 2015 and begin work in the fall.
June 15, 2015
During the June 15, 2015 Village Board Meeting, Trustees approved Marquette's proposed redevelopment project for the Old Village Hall Site in Downtown Lisle. To view press release, click here.
June 10, 2015
The Marquette redevelopment project is on the June 15, 2015 Village Board Agenda for a final review of documents and possible final action by the Village Board. To view the Board Packet for this meeting, click here.
May 29, 2015
Marquette has sent a letter to the Village which indicates the company is working to identify solutions to the financial obstacles encountered with the Old Village Hall Site redevelopment project. Marquette has asked to be placed on the June 8, 2015 Workshop Agenda for a comprehensive discussion of development terms and overview of project elements. To view the letter, click here.
May 6, 2015
Marquette Companies notified the Village Board that the project bids for the redevelopment of the Old Village Hall Site were over budget and that they need additional time to identify solutions that would resolve the budget issue. Marquette's goal is to bring identified solutions to the May 18, 2015 Village Board Meeting for review. To view the letter, click here.
May 4, 2015
Clarification: While no final action on Marquette's proposed redevelopment of the Old Village Hall Site will occur during the May 4, 2015 Village Board Meeting, a status update for this project is on the agenda.
May 1, 2015
Comments made during the April 20, 2015 Village Board Meeting suggested there would be final action taken on the Marquette redevelopment of the Old Village Hall Site during the May 4, 2015 Board Meeting. However, construction details still need to be finalized prior to final action. Consequently, the Marquette redevelopment project will not be on the May 4, 2015 Village Board Meeting agenda.
April 17, 2015
Final action on the proposed Marquette redevelopment project has been postponed from the April 20, 2015 Board Meeting agenda to provide more time for finalizing the various documents involved in this transaction. The project will be rescheduled to an upcoming Board Meeting, date to be determined.
April 8, 2015
The Village Board will vote on final approval of Marquette's proposed Old Village Hall Site Project and the Redevelopment Agreement during the Board Meeting scheduled for Monday, April 20, 2015 at Village Hall at 7 p.m.
January 6, 2015
During the January 5, 2015 Village Board Meeting, the Board voted 6 to 1 to prepare the necessary documents for approval of a Planned Unit Development for the Old Village Hall Site(1040 Burlington Avenue) in Downtown Lisle. A Redevelopment Agreement must be prepared as part of the final approval process. The Village Board will review the completed documents and vote on final approval during a future Village Board meeting, at a yet-to-be-determined date.
January 2, 2015
To view the information regarding the Marquette property that was included in the packet to the Village Board for their January 5, 2015 meeting, click here.
December 19, 2014
Marquette's proposed development for the Old Village Hall Site is expected to be on the January 5, 2015 Village Board Agenda. Marquette will present the development in detail and answer questions. The meeting begins at 7 PM in the Village Hall Board Room.
December 9, 2014
Marquette's proposed development for the Old Village Hall Site will not be on the December 15, 2014 Board Meeting Agenda. It will be scheduled for an upcoming Village Board Meeting in early 2015, the date to be determined.
November 26, 2014
Marquette's proposed development for the Old Village Hall Site has been tentatively scheduled on the agenda for the December 15 Village Board Meeting.
November 19, 2014
The Planning & Zoning Commission made a 7-0 unanimous recommendation to approve Marquette's proposal for the Old Village Hall Site. The project will come before the Village Board in the very near future.