Kenosha News – The Kenosha Area Business Alliance, an economic development organization that has helped steer much of the new business and industrial growth in the county, is taking the lead in the expansion of new housing to meet the needs of a growing workforce.
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Kenosha News – Can developers build homes that are less expensive and affordable for an emerging middle-class workforce? For some developers in Kenosha County, the answer is yes.
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel – If you’re looking for a new apartment, you may not have to look much further than Waukesha in the next few years. According to the city, people are indeed looking.
Kenosha News – A Kenosha County social service agency will be relocating to what was once a shopping center that housed Big Lots, JoAnn Fabrics and a grocery store. Sun Plaza, in the 3500 block of 52nd Street, will be the new home to Kenosha Human Development Services, according to Bear Development President S.R. Mills.
Kenosha News — The turn of the decade marked a point of great change in Somers, and 2020 will be another year of growth, village president George Stoner said. “It was a great year here,” Stoner said of 2019. “We got a lot accomplished, and 2020 will be a continuation of that.”
BizTimes – Bear Development plans to complete a largely undeveloped Kenosha single-family subdivision and at a neighboring site develop 111 units of multi-generational housing. The city may provide $5.35 million to assist in the development of these residential projects.
Milwaukee Business Journal – Bear Real Estate Group is hoping to offer home and lot packages for $250,000 or less in a new Kenosha subdivision, cracking the market dynamics that usually drive the price of a house beyond what many buyers can afford.
Kenosha News – A $10.1 million development that includes senior housing apartments and townhomes is expected to break ground next month on the site of what was once the Parkview Tavern in the village.
Kenosha News – Bipartisan wetlands legislation co-authored by state Rep. Tod Ohnstad, D-Kenosha, was signed into law Monday.
Kenosha News – After months of contention and re-evaluation, the conceptual plan for a residential development calling for a mix of single-family homes and apartments was unanimously approved Monday by the Village Board.