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West Vierling Acres is a multi-phased, mixed-use development in the Vierling neighborhood. The development includes the recently opened Hy-Vee grocery and convenience stores, a Hometown Bank branch and 133-unit apartment building. 

Alignment to Community Priorities and Goals

The project fits with the goals and priorities of the community and the comprehensive plan by adding retail amenities to the west side of the city, adding high-quality apartments and dense residential in an area guided for medium density residential development, diversifying Shakopee’s housing and adding high-quality landscaping and storm water management infrastructure. 


The project is currently in its third phase, construction of West Vierling Apartments.

Initial application submitted
June 2016
 Traffic study approved City Council  July 19, 2016 
 Retail center planned unit development, Vierling Acres First Addition preliminary and final plat and conditional use permits approved for Hy-Vee grocery store, convenience store and car wash City Council  Aug. 16, 2016
 Construction begins Hy-Vee  Fall 2016 
 Planned unit development concept review of West Vierling Acres apartment building City Council March 21, 2017  
 Final plat of Vierling Acres Second Addition approved for Hometown Bank building City Council April 18, 2017 
 Planned unit development amendment, rezoning, conditional use permit for an over-height structure and West Vierling Acres Third Addition final plat approved City Council June 20, 2017 
 Hy-Vee, convenience store, car wash open Hy-Vee  Fall 2017
 Hometown Bank opens Hometown Bank  2018 
 The Sixton apartment building opens The Sixton 2018 


This development is privately financed and no funding has been provided by the public. 

Community Impact

The project has brought a new grocery option to Shakopee, additional retail space and new market-rate apartments. In addition, the project connected Harvest Lane to Vierling Drive West.