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Posted inDevelopmentLocal newsReal Estate

Property Transfers: Kwik Trip, Manor Hall, and more Foxconn properties sell

Almost $16 million in property transfers happened between June 4 through June 8, and $17 million changed hands between June 11 and June 14, according to the Racine County property transfer records. Here are the highlights: Caledonia Randall and Peggy Larson, of Racine, sold Manor Hall, 4344 Douglas Avenue, to 1897 Holdings LLC for $230,000. […]

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Harbor Rock Tabernacle Buys Lutheran Church

Over $21 million in property changed hands between June 12 and June 16, according to Racine County property transfer records. Harbor Rock Tabernacle Inc. purchased 1015 4 Mile Road, the former St. Andrew Lutheran Church of Racine. That church merged with other churches and collectively they are now known as United Lutheran Church. The building […]

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Kwik Trip Gets OK from Mount Pleasant Planning Commission

A proposed Kwik Trip gas station and convenience store on the northwest corner of Spring Street and Highway 31 is moving forward after the Mount Pleasant Planning Commission unanimously approved it Wednesday. The project is designed for last just west of the existing old Trautwein schoolhouse building; it’s address will be 4924 Spring Street. Three existing […]