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Once completed, the new building will replace DiVita Dialysis’ 20-plus year-old clinic at 818 6th St. The building is expected to be completed sometime in the fourth quarter of 2015.
Physicians’ Capital Investments, which owns PCI HealthDev, is developing the property. The company bought the land from the Redevelopment Authority of the City of Racine.
Linda Rosenthal, owner of the Red Bell and president of the West Racine Business Association, said the association has talked with several land owners to find a temporary place for the farmers market for 2015.
Once construction is done on the project, the farmers market is expected to return to the 3113 Washington Avenue site.