Port Washington officials poring over 3 big lakefront housing proposals

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PORT WASHINGTON — Officials in Port Washington will choose one of three large-scale housing developments proposed for property fronting on Lake Michigan.

The 44-acre site is south of downtown and the Port Washington Power Plant.

A city request drew three developers offering to buy the land and build high-end housing.

The three competing development plans include Prairie’s Edge, Seven Hills Farm and Watercolor.

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