Cedar Creek Project Returns; NorthPoint in Limbo While Lawsuits Drag On

Cedar Creek Project Returns The Cedar Creek project, which drew ire from local residents due to its proximity to residential subdivisions, its size, and proposed development, will be back on the agenda before the Joliet City Council on September 3, 2019, at 6:30pm at the Joliet City Hall. This project …

News & Update Recap

It’s been a relatively quiet winter regarding NorthPoint news, but just as the weather is warming up, so are NorthPoint dealings and other related news. As always, please stay tuned for our Facebook page for more timely updates. Elwood Sues NorthPoint Company The Village of Elwood informed the public in …

Village of Manhattan Says NO to NorthPoint

Manhattan Takes a Stand… Finally It’s been more than a year since NorthPoint Development approached the Village of Manhattan with their plans for Compass Business Park. The Jackson Township project was an industrial warehousing development of unprecedented size and scope. During that time, the Village of Manhattan remained tight-lipped on …

Related News: Joliet Project Threatens Community

Although this is NOT the NorthPoint Development project, the project below is of interest to many in Jackson Township. PROJECT DETAILS: The city of Joliet is planning to rezone over 300 acres of currently zoned agriculture (that according to the comprehensive plan was to be residential) property to make way …

NorthPoint Completes and Submits Application to County

NorthPoint Development previously submitted an incomplete application to Will County for a reduced-size Compass Business Park. They have completed their application with the county and will await a hearing date, likely not to be scheduled until 2019 due to the current hearing schedule. You can view the application materials from …

NorthPoint Withdraws Application From Elwood

Winning Battles, But War Rages On Waiting until the last possible minute, NorthPoint Development withdrew its zoning and annexation application filed with the Village of Elwood. This is a win for local Jackson Township residents (including unincorporated and Village of Elwood and Manhattan residents) who fought for the last year …