Real estate odds and ends

 NAI MLG Commerical listing 201-acre resort and golf course in Marinette County
Steve Anderson and Adam Williquette, brokers for Brookfield-based NAI MLG Commercial, have been awarded the exclusive listing agreement to sell The Four Seasons Resort and golf course on Miscauno Island in Marinette County. The property is located at N16800 Drive in Pembine, Wis. on the Menominee River. The property will be offered for sale via online auction in the Commercail Property PowerSAle, which is an accelerated marketing program created by Princeton, N.J.-based NAI Global. The property will be auctioned online at 12 noon on Thursday, July 30. The Four Seasons Resort & Golf Course was built in 1925 after a fire destroyed the original hotel, The Miscauno Inn. The resort has 55 suites, four restaurants, an indoor pool, sauna, whirlpool, conference facilities for up to 200 people, pontoon boat rental and the 9-hole golf course. The resort is one of many places in Wisconsin that is rumored to have been a hangout for Chicago gangster Al Capone years ago, according to the NAI MLG Commercial news release.

Union Grove gets $250,000 brownfield grant for downtown redevelopment
The Village of Union Grove received a $250,000 grant from the state Department of Commerce to clean up a long vacant and contaminated site at the downtown intersection of Main and 10th streets. Pete and Cheryl Abbott plan to develop a two story building with 16,000 square feet of retail space on the first floor and apartments on the second floor and a two-story apartment building on the site. Several old buildings on the site: two single family homes, a car wash and an auto repair shop, will be torn down.

City provides resources to buy foreclosed homes
The City of Milwaukee has several new programs to help people purchase foreclosed homes. Resources are available for the purchase and rehabilitation of foreclosed properties for both homeownership and rental ownership. Homebuyers are eligible for up to $30,000 in forgivable loan assistance. For more information on the City’s new programs, as well as application materials, go to:

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