Milwaukee Journal Sentinel – An area Franklin had slated for a regional park could instead become a residential subdivision.
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Kenosha News – Finding success in the Milwaukee area is nothing new for Kenosha-based developer Bear Real Estate Group.
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel – A developer whose projects include building new apartments and converting a historic building into a hotel is planning to buy Johnson Controls’ downtown Milwaukee complex.
Milwaukee Business Journal – Milwaukee-area real estate executives gathered for the Milwaukee Business Journal’s Real Estate Roundtable July 20. Here’s a sampling of their comments on the local commercial real estate market.
My Racine County – Officials refine amenities for new development. Since its inception several years ago, much of the discussion on the new 160-acre Canopy Hill residential development on Union Grove’s north side has focused on lot sizes, infrastructure needs and other technical details.
Milwaukee Business Journal – In Kenosha County where most developers are turning farmland into massive warehouses or large apartment communities, Bear Real Estate Group will instead convert 398 acres into a commercial wetland bank.
Kenosha News — With an eye toward possible future development, a Kenosha-based company began a painstaking process in 2015. After a unanimous Plan Commission vote Monday night, that part of the journey is now complete.
Milwaukee Business Journal – Bear Real Estate Group has a contract to buy the downtown Milwaukee block that Johnson Controls could leave in 2023, opening the opportunity for a redevelopment with possible apartments, hotels, retail or offices, the Milwaukee Business Journal has learned.
BizTimes – Right now, they’re a collection of tired warehouse buildings, mostly used for boat storage. But in a few years, they could provide housing for hundreds of people.
Kenosha News – Shovels went into the ground last month behind the former UAW Local 72 site in Kenosha. And according to the president of Bear Real Estate Group, the work there is on the fast track toward completion.