Former Jewel-Osco building in Waukesha to be sold at auction

Building has been vacant since 2008

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The former Jewel-Osco store building in Waukesha will be sold in an online auction next month with a starting bid of $500,000.

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The 61,910-square-foot building was built by Menomonee Falls-based Continental Properties Company Inc. in 1999 on a 7.5-acre lot. The Jewel-Osco store closed in 2007. It was replaced by a Sentry store, which closed in 2008. The building has been vacant ever since.

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An online auction was held for the building in May 2015. At that time the starting bid was $1.25 million.

The two-day auction will be held at

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