Corner Bakery planned for Pleasant Prairie

Restaurant part of multi-tenant development

Corner Bakery
Corner Bakery
Corner Bakery is moving to Pleasant Prairie

Local developer and restaurateur Dimitri Dimitropoulos will open a second Corner Bakery Cafe as part of a plan for a multi-tenant retail/restaurant building in the Village of Pleasant Prairie.

The 13,297-square-foot development south of State Highway 50 and west of 91st Avenue in the Prairie Ridge commercial area will accommodate up to five tenants.

In addition to the Corner Bakery, a MOD Pizza is also planned. No other tenants have been announced.

The single-story retail building on a two-acre lot will be located immediately east of The Bulls-Eye development, north of an existing Costco.

Preliminary plans for two different multi-tenant retail buildings immediately to the west were approved for The Bulls-Eye development in July.

Construction is expected to begin in spring 2016 with completion anticipated in fall 2016.

Neo Fourno Inc., a franchise partner of CBC Restaurant Corp. owned by Dimitropoulos and Peter Dimitropoulos, announced in June 2014 it would open the state’s first Corner Bakery in the Mayfair Collection development in Wauwatosa.

Corner Bakery Café is a chain of fast-casual restaurants with more than 160 locations in the United States.

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