Windermere is a mixed-use, multi-phased development in the Westchester neighborhood. The development will ultimately construct multiple commercial buildings and several hundred residential units, including single family homes, townhomes and senior apartments.
Alignment to Community Priorities and Goals
Windermere fits with the goals and priorities of the community and the comprehensive plan by adding new housing options in a variety of different living choices from single-family homes to townhomes to senior living communities. The development conforms to the 2040 Comprehensive Plan and West End Study Concept Plan, which calls for higher density residential and mixed-use development on the site.
Several project phases have been approved and are under construction.
|Initial application submitted||March 2017|
|Preliminary plat approved||City Council||April 18, 2017|
|Final plat of Windermere approved||City Council||July 18, 2017|
|Cooperative road agreement with Scott County approved||City Council||Aug. 2, 2017|
|Final plat of Windermere 2nd Addition approved||City Council||Feb. 20, 2018|
|Final plat of Windermere East 1st Addition approved||City Council||March 6, 2018|
|Preliminary plat of Windermere South approved||City Council||April 17, 2020|
|Final plat of Windermere Way approved||City Council||June 19, 2018|
|Final plat of Windermere South approved||City Council||Aug. 8, 2018|
|Final plat of Windermere Way 2nd Addition approved||City Council||
Aug. 21, 2018
|Final plat of Windermere South 2nd Addition approved||City Council||March 19, 2019|
|Final plat of The Willows at Windermere approved||City Council||June 4, 2019|
|Final plat of Mt. Olive Church Addition approved||City Council||Aug. 20, 2019|
|Final plat of La Tour Terrace approved||City Council||Oct. 1, 2020|
|Preliminary plat of Windermere South Third Addition||City Council||June 2, 2020|
At its July 18, 2017, meeting, the City Council approved a final plat of Windermere. D.R. Horton plans to construct 26 single-family lots, 39 townhouse lots and nine outlots on 78 acres in west Shakopee in the first phase of development.
At its Aug. 8, 2018, meeting, the City Council approved a final plat for Windermere South. D.R. Horton, Inc. – Minnesota plans to construct 158 lots on approximately 69 acres south of 17th Avenue, west of Marystown Road and north of County Highway 78. The first phase includes 31 single-family residential lots with outlots established for future phases.
At its June 4, 2019, meeting, the City Council approved a final plat of Willows at Windermere. CommonBond Communities plans to construct a 60-unit multi-family housing on 3.25 acres north of 17th Avenue, west of Marystown Road and east of Willow Circle.
At its June 2, 2020, meeting, the City Council approved a preliminary plat for approximately 36 acres at 12800 Marystown Road. The preliminary plat is for a 33-lot, single-family residential subdivision with trails and roadway connections proposed to the adjacent residential neighborhoods that are already under construction with Friendship Church’s main entrance relocated off County Highway 78.
This development is a market-rate development and is receiving no public financial assistance.
Windermere will be transforming vacant land into a new community with a variety of different living options. The project will also extend 17th Avenue west of Marystown Road. In addition, it will leave land for open space and some trail features.