Kenosha County Economic Development

Snap-on buys more industrial space in Kenosha County for growth

Snap-on Inc., needing more building space to allow for growth, bought an empty industrial facility in Pleasant Prairie from Milwaukee […]

Pritzker Archives & Memorial Park groundbreaking taking place virtually; available online Wednesday

Officials with the planned Pritzker Archives and Memorial Park Center in Somers have invited the public to a “virtual groundbreaking” […]

How do we meet Kenosha County’s Workforce Housing needs?

KABA recently partnered with the FDIC to host a community-wide discussion about the challenges and opportunities facing the housing market […]

Golden Oil building corporate headquarters in Somers; site will also have an Amoco station, store

Golden Oil Co., owner of the Kenosha Travel Plaza, 11800 Burlington Road (Highway S) in Somers, has started construction of […]

City annexes land from Somers for proposed $46 million development

One of the nation’s largest privately held development companies is proposing a $46 million development on three parcels in Kenosha, […]

R+D Custom Automation announces move to Salem Business Park

Relocation will benefit equipment efficiencies, staffing, customer pricing and future expansion R+D Custom Automation, a privately-owned U.S. provider of fully […]

Summer 2019 brought continued positive development activity for Kenosha County

Summer 2019 has come and gone and brought continued positive development activity for Kenosha County. The Prairie Highlands Corporate Park […]

U.S. Department of Commerce invests $4 million in CARES Act funding to capitalize revolving loan fund to help small businesses in Wisconsin respond to coronavirus

Today, U.S. Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross announced that the Department’s Economic Development Administration (EDA) is awarding a $4 million […]

Kenosha reviews two more spec buildings totaling 1.7 million square feet

Two developments are pending in Kenosha that could bring a combined 1.72 million square feet of new speculative industrial space. […]