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Posted inCORONAVIRUSGovernmentLocal news

Regency Mall COVID-19 Clinic To Reduce Hours

RACINE – Community-based COVID-19 vaccine clinics in Racine and five other locations around Wisconsin will begin reducing hours of operation starting next Monday (June 14), the state Department of Health Services (DHS) announced Friday. The Racine community-based clinic is located in the former Burlington Coat Factory space in Regency Mall, 5538 Durand Ave. Other DHS-run […]

Posted inCORONAVIRUSHealth

Appointments No Longer Needed at Regency Mall COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic; County Still at ‘High’ Risk

RACINE – Advance appointments are now a thing of the past for the Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) COVID-19 vaccine clinic at Regency Mall, 5538 Durand Ave. The clinic, located in the former Burlington Coat Factory space, began offering walk-up vaccinations to anyone age 16 or older on Tuesday. The free clinic is open […]

Posted inDevelopmentLocal news

City looks at reimagining Regency Mall phase II project

Regency Mall is expanding its offerings, creating plans for the undeveloped areas at and around the mall, according to a memo by Jim Palenick, Racine city administrator. Racine Redevelopment Authority (RDA) recommended spending $91,000 to have two organizations spearhead the development project: Jerry Franke’s firm, Franke Development Advisors and Rinka Architects of Milwaukee. In a […]

Posted inBusinessGovernmentReal Estate

Regency Mall Area Eye’d For TIF District Improvements

After Sears, Kmart and JC Penney left Racine, a 134-acre parcel that includes Regency Mall, surrounding out lots and High Ridge Center has become the target of a potential tax incremental finance district in Racine. The city plans to propose forming a tax incremental finance (TIF) district to help spur development by offering incentives and […]

Posted inReal Estate

Two Mount Pleasant Retirement Facilities Sell

Just under 60 properties changed hands in Racine County between Dec. 26 through Dec. Dec. 28. Mount Pleasant Assisted Living Facilities Sold Racine Commons Assisted Living Facilities, 8500-8600 Corporate Drive, was sold to Racine Health Holdings LLC, Mission Viejo California, for $6.6 million. Racine-based Lincoln Villas Redevelopment LLC sold Lincoln Villas, a 6.2 acre parcel […]

Posted inCommunityEvents

Christmas is coming!

Christmas is on the way! There is still time to see Santa and visit a live Nativity scene. Have holiday fun with Real Racine. Santa’s listening. If you haven’t seen Santa Claus, he’s at Regency Mall, 5538 Durand Ave., for just a few more days. Santa’s big red chair is near the Boston Store court […]