Real estate odds and ends

Senior apartments planned in Franklin
H.O.L.I.E. Inc. plans to build a 69-unit senior apartment complex at 9260 W. Highland Park Ave. in Franklin.

Taco Bell planned at Holt Plaza in Bay View
A Taco Bell restaurant is planned for Holt Plaza, a shopping center located northwest of Holt Avenue and Chase Avenue in Milwaukee’s Bay View neighborhood. The shopping center is anchored by Home Depot and Pick ‘n Save stores. The Taco Bell will be added at the far west end of Holt Plaza, near South Third Street. The closest existing Taco Bell location to the site is at 230 W. Layton Ave. near Mitchell International Airport.

Wingstop planned in St. Francis
Kurt Hodermann plans to open a Wingstop restaurant in the former Blockbuster store space at 2300 E. Layton Ave. in St. Francis. Hodermann also owns the Subway restaurant in St. Francis. The Wingstop restaurant in St. Francis will have 15 employees and seating for 66. Wingstop, a chain of chicken wing restaurants, has 650 locations, including restaurants in Milwaukee, West Milwaukee, Glendale and Wauwatosa.

Furniture and interior design store planned in Whitefish Bay
Jessica Forston, of Cedarburg, plans to open Fringe Interior Design & Home Furnishings, a high end furniture and interior design consulting store, in a 3,000-square-foot space at 133 E. Silver Spring Dr. in Whitefish Bay.

New salon building planned in downtown Sheboygan
Robyn Denning plans to build a two-story, 2,400-square-foot building on a vacant lot between Nikki’s Nex 2 New, 1019 N. 8th St., and The Flower Cart, 1027 N. 8th St., in downtown Sheboygan. The building will have a salon and spa on the first floor and an efficiency apartment and yoga studio on the second floor. North 8th Street is the Main Street of downtown Sheboygan.

Apartment development planned in Hartland
Madison-based JD McCormick LLC plans to build an 89-unit market-rate apartment development with a pair of new three-story buildings and a second floor addition to an 8,000-square-foot multi-tenant retail building at 208 E. Capitol Dr. McCormick is seeking $1 million in tax incremental financing from the village for the project.

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