A Los Angeles investment company has purchased two commercial buildings in the Kenosha Trade Park complex for $1.1 million.
CCRD Global LLC purchased the buildings — totaling 18,723 square feet on 2.5 acres — from JMC Investment LLC. The sale was finalized May 14.
Terry Tynan, a RE/MAX Newport Elite agent, sold the property. He said the purchase was made as an investment. The current tenants, Burn Boot Camp and Lumber Liquidators will remain in place.
Real estate agent Larry Stenholt listed the property.
Burn Boot Camp, a boutique style fitness center, is located at 7650 75th St. Lumber Liquidators, a store specializing in flooring, is located at 7656 75th St.
The property is located just west of Menard’s.
The Kenosha Trade Center, 7600 75th St., is a commercial campus that includes Central Bark, Merry Maids, Signarama and Great Lakes Church.
SPECIAL REPORT: Forward Kenosha County Part 2 — COVID heroes and exciting developments on the horizon
The past year could be described as one of unforeseen challenges, change and resourcefulness.
Kenosha County’s residents and business community faced a pandemic, project and economic slowdowns and civil unrest and yet still there were examples of positive and significant developments.
As we all know, health care workers were -- and remain -- front and center during the pandemic. And we celebrate their courage and stamina.
But many in the county continue to look ahead to brighter days. Indeed, business has not slowed despite the challenges of 2020.
Major developments are planned or underway in Kenosha and Somers. Pleasant Prairie continues to attract businesses from Illinois and beyond.
Attached are several stories that ran in the Sunday, March 28, special section, Forward Kenosha County.
The city continues to move forward with its ambitious $400 million plan to revitalize Kenosha’s Downtown, a redevelopment which includes a new…
They seemingly sprout overnight from former bean, cabbage and cornfields: Huge distribution centers, feeding an ever increasing parade of sem…
Business growth does not always come easy. For some companies it can take years of planning and reworking that plan many times over.
The COVID-19 pandemic tested all of us in so many ways.
David Baugher, coordinating chaplain for Froedtert South, has always taken matters of faith to heart.
SOMERS — Construction of more than 1,000 new housing units, mostly in amenity-rich multi-family subdivisions, are expected to be completed or …
When Susie Smith was hired on as a certified medical assistant at Advocate Aurora in February 2020, she says she brought a “sense of adventure…
For Rachel Novak, the best part of the past year has been the parades.
Among the pearls of wisdom that the devastating global pandemic has left in its wake, the power and effectiveness of innovation gleams brightest.