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Kenosha News for 2013


12/23/13
Experts predict local jobs are on the way; Relocations, expansions make for optismistic start to 2014
The jobs are coming. The jobs are coming. Just be patient, economic experts urge. The promise of new jobs created by relocations, expansions and new industrial developments is expected to make Kenosha County an attractive place to find work...
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12/17/13
Amazon.com expands plans for Kenosha fulfillment center, creating 575 more jobs
Amazon.com is moving forward with a second distribution center in Kenosha that would create 575-full-time jobs on top of the 1,100 jobs in an initial building that is under construction. The new $62 million building would go up next to the...
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12/6/13
Rust-Oleum growth tied to Kenosha-area expansions
Two Kenosha-area plant expansions are key to an effort by Rust-Oleum Corp. to further strengthen its position in the marketplace. The latest project — a $7 million, addition to the company’s warehouse on Kenosha’s west side — was announced...
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11/12/13
Additional Uline Warehouse
On Monday, November 11, the Pleasant Prairie Plan Commission considered and approved Site and Operational Plans for Uline to occupy an existing 256,240 square foot warehouse for storage and distribution purposes. The warehouse is located at 8505 100th Street in...
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11/12/13
Once nearly extinct, streetcar gets new life in US
When the auto plant here closed, this prosperous Wisconsin port city on Lake Michigan lost more than just its largest employer. Its sense of vitality seemed to drain away, and city leaders set out to find something that would inject life into...
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11/8/13
Land rush: Kenosha County ripe for development
Even before crews bulldozed earth this month for Amazon.com’s huge distribution center in Kenosha, developers from Chicago and beyond began locking in land along Interstate 94 for the next wave of growth. Within walking distance of...
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11/13
Building a Better Climate; Tax law changes & other reforms are remaking Upper Midwest
When Kenall selected Kenosha, Wis., for a new advanced manufacturing investment, the facility location decision reaffirmed the wisdom of recent changes to the Wisconsin business climate. The commercial lighting...
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11/7/13
Rust-Oleum wins top local business award
Several Kenosha County businesses were honored Thursday night at the University of Wisconsin-Parkside. The 2103 Business Excellence Awards event was hosted by the Kenosha Area Business Alliance and the Kenosha Area Chamber of Commerce...
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11/7/13
Kenosha manufacturers help youth discover industry’s career potential during October
Fuelled by the commitment from local manufacturers, Manufacturing Awareness month proved successful in raising awareness about the high-potential careers in Kenosha County. One of the key highlights of the month was the inaugural...
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11/1/13
Amazon to Create More Than 1,000 Full-Time Jobs in Kenosha with New Fulfillment Center
Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMZN) today announced plans to open a 1 million-square-foot fulfillment center in Kenosha, Wis. Amazon will create more than 1,000 full-time jobs at the fulfillment center when it opens. “We are excited to join...
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11/1/13
Tina Schmitz to join the Kenosha Area Business Alliance as CFO
The Kenosha Area Business Alliance (KABA) is pleased to announce that Tina Schmitz has joined the organization as its Chief Financial Officer. Tina’s official start date is November 4, 2013. KABA is a non-profit organization that serves as Kenosha County’s...
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10/29/13
A haven for artists; Group studies Kenosha for possible live/work space for artists
A national art space developer is studying Kenosha’s art community for a possible defined, affordable art headquarters. On Tuesday night, representatives from Artspace, a Minneapolis non-profit agency that develops affordable living/working...
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10/28/13
KABA seeks grant to study year-round HarborMarket
The Kenosha HarborMarket is renewing its efforts to find a permanent, indoor facility for its farmers market, and has now partnered with the Kenosha Area Business Alliance to help achieve its goal. KABA has asked the city for a...
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10/22/13
Economist: Health care is dragging down economic recovery
Two long-term drags on the economic recovery could be reduced by attacking one of them — health care — a banking expert said Tuesday morning. Changing how health care is managed would reduce the size of the other problem...
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10/17/13
Jockey launches Rachel Zoe line of underwear
Kenosha-based Jockey International Inc. on Wednesday announced the launch of its new marketing campaign, "Redefining Comfort," for the Jockey collection as preferred by Rachel Zoe. The new campaign conveys confidence and a more...
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10/17/13
Snap-on's 3Q sales, profits increase
Snap-on Inc. said Thursday that net income for the third quarter increased 14 percent on a nearly 6 percent increase in sales, boosted by the May acquisition of Challenger Lifts Inc. The Kenosha-based manufacturer...
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10/18/13
Broker calls Kenosha the ‘epicenter’ of state’s industrial development
The latest announcements of big-time development deals in the Kenosha area are anecdotal evidence of something real estate watchers have known for some time: that Kenosha County is the “strongest market” for large, industrial development in...
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10/16/13
Meijer buys properties to assemble site for Kenosha store
Grand Rapids, Mich.-based Meijer Inc. recently purchased six properties totaling 21.5 acres at the southeast corner of 76th Street and Green Bay Road in Kenosha for $4.185 million, according to state records. The company plans to build a...
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10/16/13
100 years as engine plant: Kenosha acquires land
The Kenosha City Council voted this week to take over control of the more than 100-acre former Chrysler engine factory site, which will be cleaned up in a multiyear, $30 million remediation...
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10/16/13
Judson & Assoc. report says more tenants are eyeing Kenosha County
In its third quarter industrial market update, Pewaukee-based real estate brokerage Judson & Associates says that there are still “several large users circulating in the (Kenosha County) market.” Kenosha County has been a hot industrial real estate market. ...
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10/14/13
On the fast track; The Good Life
Michael Kopper has always gravitated toward the fast things in life – from centrifuges that rotate water at 3,000 times G-force to Lotus and Audi cars that can easily handle speeds close to 160 miles/hour...
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10/15/13
Carthage College arranges financing for $42M project
Carthage College is expected to receive financing for a $42 million project to renovate the Kenosha college’s existing science center and create a new wing. Construction is scheduled to start...
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10/10/13
Streetcar expansion proposed — in Kenosha
Kenosha is planning a 2-mile, $10 million expansion of its downtown streetcar route to add a north-south moving leg to connect to more businesses and the local hospital. The project, which is under city...
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10/3/13
Centrisys founder Kopper to receive Entrepreneur of the Year honors; Kenosha firm’s specialized centrifuges used across the world
“If you want something done right, do it yourself,” as the adage goes. After many years of repairing and servicing centrifuges for water and wastewater treatment purposes, Michael Kopper, founder and chief executive officer of Centrisys Corp...
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10/1/13
Kenosha's $4M grant for Kenall HQ advances
A $4 million city grant for Kenall Manufacturing’s proposed Kenosha headquarters development gained its first approval on Monday. Kenall plans to bring 400 jobs to Kenosha by moving its headquarters from...
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9/30/13
Kenosha County is a red hot development spot
Kenosha County's population ranks only fourth among the southeastern Wisconsin counties, but because of its proximity to the Chicago area, it is one of the most active development areas in the region and has become one of the most important...
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9/17/13
Rust-Oleum is Kenosha’s Business of the Year
The Kenosha Area Business Alliance (KABA) and the Kenosha Area Chamber of Commerce will recognize seven local companies and one individual for their success on Thursday, Nov. 7. The 2013 Kenosha County Business Excellence....
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9/17/13
KABA, Kenosha Chamber Announce 2013 Business Excellence Award Winners
The Kenosha Area Business Alliance (KABA) and the Kenosha Area Chamber of Commerce will recognize seven local companies and one individual for their success on Thursday, November 7. The 2013 Kenosha County Business Excellence...
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9/15/13
Group: Team arts with business
Business people and artists might dance to different tunes, but they need to blend in a way to promote the local economy, experts suggested at a gathering on Saturday. “We’re not going to be a manufacturer-based economy again, and some...
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9/12/13
LED Lighting Manufacturer to Invest $25 Million to Build New Headquarters and Production Facility in Kenosha, Wis.
Governor Scott Walker joined Jim Hawkins, CEO of Kenall Manufacturing, this morning to announce that the company, currently located in Gurnee, Ill., is building a new 354,000 square foot facility and will relocate and expand in Kenosha, WI...
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9/12/13
Governor Scott Walker announces Kenall Manufacturing will relocate to Kenosha
Governor Scott Walker today announced Kenall Manufacturing, currently located in Gurnee, Ill., is relocating its corporate headquarters to Kenosha, Wis. “The construction of Kenall’s new manufacturing facility and relocation of their headquarters...
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9/10/13
Commercial developers target Pleasant Prairie sites
The Village of Pleasant Prairie, which for years has been a Kenosha County hot spot attracting businesses moving north from the Chicago area, continues to attract development. Lincolnshire, Ill.-based Venture One Real Estate LLC plans...
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9/7/13
Two major developments proposed
The local development climate appears to be warming, with significant projects being proposed in the town of Somers and village of Pleasant Prairie. A 300-acre industrial park is being proposed on Somers farmland near the northeast corner of highways...
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9/4/13
Hanna Cylinders to relocate its manufacturing operations, 100 jobs to Kenosha County
Hanna Cylinders, currently located in Libertyville, Ill., has chosen LakeView Corporate Park as the site of its new production facility and will relocate all of its operations to Kenosha County...
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9/4/13
Kenosha manufacturer recognized as fast-growing company
Kenosha manufacturer Xten Industries has been named one of the nation’s fastest-growing companies. Xten’s three-year sales growth of 166 percent earned the company a spot on the Inc. 5000, an annual ranking....
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8/28/13
Officials, stakeholders optimistic about redevelopment of downtown Kenosha
McDonough told those at a “state of the downtown” presentation Tuesday morning that all governmental entities and organizations are now fully engaged the downtown plan and....
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8/22/13
They gave it their best pitch
You’ve got three minutes to persuade 12 potential investors with a host of business savvy that your idea is the best bet for their investment. Waiting in line right behind you....
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7/23/13
Best Western Harborside undergoing major renovation
The only hotel in downtown Kenosha is getting a $2.2 million overhaul. The Best Western Harborside Inn & Kenosha Conference Center, 5125 Sixth Ave., is getting a top-to-bottom renovation....
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7/13/13
Snap-On CEO: We love change in cars, generates tools
If you want to get the read on the real economy, both here and even in europe, then look no further than snap-on, sna for all you home gamers. the top maker of premium hand and power tools. particularly for auto repair shops.....
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7/3/13
KABA welcomes its new Vice President of Economic Development
Heather Wessling joined the KABA team on July 1 as its Vice President of Economic Development. Heather comes to Kenosha from the City of Wausau – a metropolitan area of more than 90,000...
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7/18/13
Gateway opens national energy systems training lab, Hosts Celebration...
Job growth for heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) technicians is estimated to grow 34 percent nationwide between 2010 and 2020, according to the U.S. Department of Labor...
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7/2013
Horizon Milling adds whole wheat production line at Kenosha, WI
In late January 2012, when the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) published the Nutrition Standards in the National School Lunch and School Breakfast Programs, which detailed increasing the offerings of whole grain-rich products to school.....
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6/28/13
Chicago developers following projects to Wisconsin
Increasing migration of Illinois manufacturers into Kenosha and Racine counties is causing Chicago-area developers to follow suit and pursue projects north of the border. Chicago-area brokers say they’re...
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6/18/13
New Zoning District
On Monday, June 17, the Pleasant Prairie Plan Commission and, subsequently, the Pleasant Prairie Village Board considered and approved the creation of a new zoning district...
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6/15/13
New downtown development director hopes to change perceptions, fill vacant spaces
When it comes to revitalizing an old downtown, perception is no small part of the problem. Violet Ricker, hired recently as the first executive director of Downtown Kenosha Inc., points to parking....
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6/14/13
Rust-Oleum to expand plant; create 54 jobs
Rust-Oleum Corp. will spend $1.3 million to equip its Pleasant Prairie facility for expanded spray paint production in a move that Gov. Scott Walker says will create 54 jobs...
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6/13/13
Downtown is ‘everybody’s neighborhood,’ development director says
Downtown: It’s everybody’s neighborhood. It sounds like a slogan that belongs on a bumper sticker or in a chamber of commerce pamphlet. But it’s a succinct way of summing up Violet Ricker’s...
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5/14/13
KABA adds key executives
The Kenosha Area Business Alliance (KABA) announced the hiring of a new chief financial officer and a new executive director of Downtown Kenosha Inc. and its newly created Main Street program....
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5/14/13
Site and Operational Plans Approved for Majestic Badger Logistic Center
On Monday, May 13, the Pleasant Prairie Plan Commission considered and approved Site and Operational Plans for Majestic Realty Company of California to build the...
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5/8/13
Tour emphasizes need for skilled manufacturing workers
Bradshaw Medical in Kenosha is growing so fast the company has a tough time finding enough skilled workers to keep up with demand. “I’ve got eight different agencies looking for us (for machinists) all....
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5/7/13
Wisconsin moves up on Chief Executive 'Best States' list
The state of Wisconsin rose again in the annual list of best states for business from Chief Executive magazine, a trend the publication attributed to the ongoing leadership of Gov. Scott Walker...
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5/6/13
Downtown development director eager to begin her job
Violet Ricker’s first order of business will be shaking a lot of hands. Ricker was hired last week to lead Downtown Kenosha Inc., a new effort to redevelop and market the city’s downtown. She will be starting the new position after Memorial Day...
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5/1/13
Plastics firm inks 10-year lease extension in LakeView Corporate Park
In a move signaling confidence it can continue to grow here, Parker Plastics recently inked a 10-year lease renewal with Illinois-based CenterPoint Properties for the 100,000-square-foot space in...
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5/2/13
Downtown Kenosha, Inc. is excited to announce its new Executive Director
Violet Ricker is the first Executive Director of the newly created Main Street program. Violet has served as the Executive Director of Waukegan Main Street for the past three years and has extensive...
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4/29/13
Will strong industrial market spur more development?
The southeastern Wisconsin industrial real estate market continues to post impressive levels of absorption and lower vacancy rates. "The industrial market is fine," said Roger Siegel, the leader of the Milwaukee industrial group for Jones Lang LaSalle...
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4/26/13
City of Kenosha selected as a Wisconsin Main Street Community
The City of Kenosha received notice this week that it has been designated a Wisconsin Main Street Community. A delegation from Kenosha presented the case for downtown Kenosha’s designation at...
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4/26/13
City selected for state Main Street Program
Kenosha received approval this week to participate in a state program that provides resources for redevelopment efforts. The city was selected to join the Wisconsin Main Street Program...
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4/24/13
Konecranes to occupy 45,479 SF in LakeView Corporate Park
On Monday, April 22, the Pleasant Prairie Plan Commission considered and approved Site and Operational Plans for Konecranes to occupy 45,479 square feet of the existing Towne V building at 9505 72nd Avenue in LakeView Corporate Park. The company plans to relocate...
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4/24/13
Finnish company to move some Illinois operations to Pleasant Prairie
Hyvinkaa, Finland-based Konecranes plans to relocate its operations in Gurnee, Ill., to a 45,479-square-foot space in a 60,256-square-foot building that was built by Milwaukee-based Zilber Property Group in Pleasant Prairie...
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4/15/13
Pleasant Prairie is a magnet for development
Pleasant Prairie, a village of about 20,000 residents, has become one of the most robust communities in the state of Wisconsin for attracting businesses and jobs. "People see other companies coming here, they do well and thrive," said....
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4/15/13
Speaker: Energy efficiency is key to manufacturing’s future
Manufacturing is alive and well in the United States — and energy-conservation methods are a crucial ingredient in maintaining that status. So said a speaker Sunday....
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4/12/13
Governor’s manufacturing message resonates at Gateway
As Gov. Scott Walker shook hands around the room at Gateway Technical College’s SC Johnson iMET Center Thursday, Brandon Dear pressed a small metal disc into the governor’s hands...
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4/3/12
Zilber plans more spec industrial buildings in Pleasant Prairie and New Berlin
Milwaukee-based Zilber Property Group is working on plans to build additional speculative industrial buildings in New Berlin and Pleasant Prairie. In Pleasant Prairie, the company is close to landing a new tenant for a...
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3/26/13
Zion-based company to relocate; Pleasant Prairie sees rising interest in corporate park
A Zion, Ill.,-based company plans to move a manufacturing facility to Pleasant Prairie. L&M Corrugated Container Corp. appeared before the Pleasant Prairie...
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3/24/13
Box maker to move 45 jobs to Pleasant Prairie from Illinois
Box manufacturer L&M Corrugated Container Corp. plans to move its Zion, Ill., manufacturing plant and 45 jobs to Pleasant Prairie. L&M joins the parade of companies that are relocating to Pleasant Prairie....
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3/22/13
Snap-on chairman delivers pep talk at KABA annual meeting
The chief executive of Snap-on Inc. urged business and community leaders at the Kenosha Area Business Alliance annual meeting to promote strengths of Kenosha and the nation in seeking to build the economy...
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3/19/13
SUPERVALU Announces New Midwest Regional Office Location
The Village of Pleasant Prairie, the Kenosha Area Business Alliance and SUPERVALU are pleased to announce that SUPERVALU has selected a new location for its Midwest Regional Office. SUPERVALU’s Midwest Regional Office will...
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3/19/13
S.C. Johnson to operate Pleasant Prairie warehouse
S.C. Johnson & Son Inc. has received approval to occupy a 256,240-square-foot building in Pleasant Prairie to store Ziploc products and liquids like Windex and Shout, village officials said. The Racine-based...
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3/9/13
City green light’s new cancer center; Aurora Health Care facility represents $31M investment at I-94
A new cancer center and medical building that Aurora Health Care plans to build on Kenosha’s far-west side represents a $31 million investment that will serve roughly 750 patients per year, an Aurora representative said Thursday...
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3/8/13
Chicago firm plans to renovate Kenosha shopping center
Beacon Real Estate Investments LLC plans to renovate a half-full shopping center on Highway 50 in Pleasant Prairie that the company bought out of foreclosure last August. “We’re basically looking at redoing the whole property...
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3/6/13
Aurora expands its plans for Kenosha cancer center
The Aurora Health Care cancer center planned for Kenosha will include much more than the initial announcement that focused on an 11,000 square-foot facility with Aurora's for-profit partner IASIS Healthcare....
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3/6/12
EMCO will move HQ from North Chicago to Pleasant Prairie
EMCO Chemical Distributors Inc. will move its corporate headquarters from North Chicago, Ill. to a 260,000-square-foot facility in Pleasant Prairie. The move will bring about 125 employees to Kenosha County, company president...
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3/5/13
Southeast Wisconsin vacancy rate recovers
Southeast Wisconsin’s vacancy rate has made a remarkable recovery since its all-time high of 12.31 percent posted in the third quarter 2009, reaching 6.17 percent at the end of 2012, according to an industrial market report by...
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3/5/13
Downtown to get a ringmaster; Council OKs coordinator; business groups to help pay
The city of Kenosha and four partner agencies are moving closer to hiring a manager to oversee development in the downtown area. A funding arrangement and job description for the new position won the unanimous approval of the City Council...
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3/5/13
History Mystery: 55th Street was once a bustling industrial area
With the transformation of the AMC/Chrysler lakefront plant to the HarborPark complex fresh in our minds, we tend to forget that the downtown area went through a similar, but smaller, transformation pre-World World War II when the...
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2/26/13
Racine, Kenosha, Waukesha lead pack in industrial development forecast
Racine, Kenosha and Waukesha counties are the southeastern Wisconsin markets most likely to see new light industrial development in 2013, according to a new forecast from commercial real estate brokerage Dickman Co...
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2/22/13
Mequon firm proposes 70 apartments on foreclosed Kenosha site
Mequon development firm Bodner Property Management LLC is proposing 70 apartments in a multi-phase development along a busy stretch of 75th Street in Kenosha. The apartments would be built on vacant, foreclosed land...
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1/27/13
City Council backs application to downtown development program
A rezoning for a 200,000-plus-square-foot Meijer store cleared the Kenosha City Council Monday night. The council voted unanimously in favor of the change, which was a key step for the Michigan-based retail....
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1/30/13
Jorgenson Consulting Begins National Search for Vice President, Economic Development for Kenosha Area Business Alliance
The Kenosha Area Business Alliance (KABA) in Kenosha Wisconsin has retained Jorgenson Consulting to conduct a national search for a qualified economic development executive. The Vice President of Economic Development’s...
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1/28/13
Good Foods Group to move HQ to Pleasant Prairie in March
Chicago-based Good Foods Group LLC is to start operations in Pleasant Prairie in March after buying a building for its new headquarters on Jan. 23. The company makes natural foods including the “Fresh” brand of dips and...
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1/27/13
City Council backs application to downtown development program
The city of Kenosha is looking to a state program for help with ongoing efforts to improve the downtown area. If approved to participate in the Wisconsin Main Street Program, the city would receive five years...
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1/21/13
Xten partners with Gateway on training
The partnership, partially funded with a $37,000 workforce advancement training grant from the Wisconsin Technical College System, is part of the company’s goal to forge relationships with area educational institutions...
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1/18/13
Flurry of real estate activity in Kenosha County
Out-of-state companies drove an uptick in activity for Kenosha County’s distribution centers over the last two months, with two buildings selling, one landing a 135,000-square-foot tenant and two developers planning...
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1/18/13
Northwoods lease means improvements to Simmons Field
The deal that’s bringing minor league baseball back to Kenosha might just as well be seen as the lease that saved Simmons Field. That’s how longtime caretakers and users of the venerable ballpark see it, as they look...
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1/16/13
Ta Chen to move Midwest distribution center, 60 jobs to Pleasant Prairie
CenterPoint Properties Trust and Wispark LLC are planning to build a 471,043-square-foot distribution center in Pleasant Prairie for Ta Chen International Inc., based in Taiwan. The center would be built...
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1/14/13
Trucking, storage firm moving from Sturtevant to Pleasant Prairie
Trucking and warehousing firm APL Logistics has leased 135,000 square feet at a Pleasant Prairie industrial building, and is moving there from Sturtevant. APL's new location is 8123 116th St., at a building...
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1/14/13
Meijer moves forward
Bob Mooney, Meijer group vice president for distribution, led the commission on a virtual tour via animated computer video of the fully automated system to be housed in the addition. Mooney said an...
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1/14/13
Large warehouses get approvals from Pleasant Prairie Plan Commission
Two proposed distribution facilities in LakeView Corporate Park — one of 471,403 square feet —won unanimous Plan Commission approval Monday night for the companies’ preliminary site and operational plans...
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1/10/13
Gateway mulls $49M for projects — Public hearing on referendum tonight
The Gateway Technical College Board is scheduled to make a final decision Monday on a spring 2013 construction referendum. But before moving forward with the $49 million referendum and placing it on the April 2 ballot, the board is...
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1/4/13
Kenosha's winter activities are both inside and out
Jelly beans (the kind preferred by President Ronald Reagan), a new Scandinavian bakery, a pair of start-up breweries, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing - to say nothing of the Wilmot Mountain Ski Resort - are all good reasons to...
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1/3/13
Carthage College unveils $40M science center plans
Carthage College, in Kenosha, has unveiled plans for a new science center that's expected to offer greater opportunity for innovative science education and further advance the college’s commitment to research for...
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1/2/13
Meijer selects site for Kenosha store
Meijer Inc. has selected its preferred site for a grocery/retail store in Kenosha, which is expected to open in 2014, according to a recent report in the Kenosha News. Meijer has submitted a concept plan to the city ford...
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