Hwy 50 corridor in Paddock Lake poised for growth

March 27, 2022 - Kenosha News: "The Highway 50 corridor as it extends from Bristol through Paddock Lake is poised for growth. A Kwik Trip, Culver’s, Scooter’s Coffee, Dunkin’ donut shop and another assisted living center are on the horizon in Paddock Lake." [...]

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Developer proposes housing project with all lower-cost units Downtown

March 26, 2022 - Madison.com: "With the city desperately seeking affordable Downtown housing, a developer is proposing a four-story apartment project just blocks from Madison’s Capitol Square with all units offering lower-cost rents." [...]

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Real estate spotlight: Kenosha hopes to draw entrepreneurs to former Chrysler plant site

March 21, 2022 - Biz Times: "The Kenosha Innovation Neighborhood’s West Plaza would provide a place for residents, workers and students to gather. The plaza would be a small part of the 107-acre development aimed at drawing entrepreneurs and other private developers to the former Chrysler plant site." [...]

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Inaugural career networking event held for UW-Parkside student-athletes at De Simone Arena

March 16, 2022 - Kenosha News: "Be authentic, find your passion, be open to change: These were among some of the life skills a group of local business executives shared with a group of college student-athletes at an event promoting the virtues of career networking." [...]

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Evers announces millions of dollars for city, county during Thursday visit to Kenosha

March 3, 2022 - Kenosha News: "Gov. Tony Evers announced millions of dollars worth of grant funding for both the city and county of Kenosha during a stop here Thursday." [...]

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Costs to move County Human Services, Job Center to Sun Plaza revealed

Kenosha News, February 8th, 2022 - "Costs associated with renovating, leasing and buying the former Sun Plaza shopping center for use as the new Kenosha County Human Services/Job Center campus came to light on Monday." [...]

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Burlington friars would remain and would keep many of their artifacts, potential developer says

The Journal Times - A developer proposing to redevelop the St. Francis Friary says his project would not displace the property’s historic artifacts, or even the friars themselves. S.R. Mills, chief executive officer of Bear Real Estate Group, told city officials Tuesday that his company’s makeover of the 146-acre religious compound would maintain space for the existing statues, monuments and other treasures. [...]

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Geneseo learns about 10-year building trends

Quad City Times - Geneseo has had significant growth over the past 10 years in certain areas. City building inspector Rick Mills covered 10 years of building permits in the city for the council on Tuesday. [...]

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Developer buys Third Ward parking property as part of redevelopment of downtown Johnson Controls complex

Biz Times - Kenosha-based Bear Development has purchased the land containing a parking structure in the Historic Third Ward as part of the firm’s plans to eventually redevelop the Johnson Controls office complex in downtown Milwaukee. Johnson Controls plans to leave that complex to consolidate offices at its Glendale operating headquarters. [...]

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Kenosha buyer of Johnson Controls’ downtown block purchases nearby parking property

Milwaukee Business Journal - The Kenosha real estate firm that will redevelop Johnson Controls International's downtown Milwaukee buildings secured parking spaces to support the effort with a $6.9 million purchase of a property with a parking structure just blocks away. [...]

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