Current Projects

Please see below for the various Village projects that are currently ongoing and will be starting soon. 

Redwood USA
For more information on this development, please visit the Village's Redwood USA page. 

Hawthorne Dr./Sprucewood Lane/Lake Shore Drive Project-  late Spring/ Summer 2024
Due to the Village's preparedness in being shovel-ready to begin the Lake Shore Drive Project, the Village has received additional funding of $1.2 million. This increases the funding of the overall project from just over $2.1 million to $3.32 million. The additional funding allows the roadway project to extend westward along Sprucewood Lane to Rolling Ridge Lane.

The beginning work for the Lake Shore Drive Project has already started. The appraisals on the needed private easements for construction have been submitted to the Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT) for their review. The Village will need to obtain eleven temporary and one permanent easement along the project route to facilitate construction.  The primary purpose of the temporary easements is to regrade driveway slopes to better meet the new roadway profile and sidewalks, where applicable.  A permanent easement will be needed within Linden's Landing for the purposes of stormwater improvements. Those affected by the needed acquisition of the easements have been contacted by a third-party to discuss the details of the acquisition process. Timely acquisition of the easements will allow the Village to meet bidding and construction schedules.

Prior to the roadway reconstruction, the water main along the route beginning at Green Tree Court to Sprucewood Lane will be replaced. The Village is targeting a winter 2023 bid for the Lake Shore Drive Project, with the estimated construction starting in July 2024. 

1590003207_84172Briargate Development
Briargate is the first large-scale master planned Age Restricted Community in the Village of Lindenhurst. This community of 228 detached single-family active-adult residences includes a clubhouse and other amenities. About 50% of the site remains as permanent, undisturbed Open Space, creating spectacular vistas. This maintenance-free, single-level living subdivision along the Route 45 corridor will provide the Village with additional housing diversification. As an age-restricted development for folks 55 and over, the traditional burden on schools is eliminated, while creating a variety of positive benefits. For additional information on Briargate, please visit the Lindy Open Data. Please visit the Pulte website for additional information on housing and pricing at Pulte Homes: Briargate Subdivision.