Real estate odds and ends

Retail development planned at former HUB Chrysler site in West Allis
Developers Robert Joseph and Robert Schmidt are planning a redevelopment project to bring retailers to the former HUB Chrysler site northwest of Highway 100 and Oklahoma Avenue in West Allis. Plans include a 20,000-square-foot Goodwill store to replace its 16,000-square-foot store there, a 7,000-square-foot AutotZone store and a 13,180-square-foot multi-tenant retail building.

Associated Bank buys Downer Avenue space
Associated Bank recently purchased the space for its branch located at 2574-90 N. Downer Ave. on Milwaukee’s east side for $2.225 million from DAPL LLC, an affiliate of Van Buren Management Inc.

Bentley buys condo at The Breakwater
Thomas H. Bentley III, the owner of Bentley Company and the chief executive officer of Bentley World Packaging Ltd., purchased a condominium in The Breakwater Condominiums complex, located at 1313 N. Franklin Place on Milwaukee’s east side, from William Martin of Mt. Auburn, Ill. for $1.045 million.

Plunkett Raysich awarded Pleasant Prairie fire station project
The Pleasant Prairie Village Board awarded a $270,000 design and engineering contract to Milwaukee-based Plunkett Raysich Architects LLP, to draw up plans for the $4.8 million fire station to be built next year. The new station will replace the the village’s original firehouse, which was built in 1967.

Gee’s Clippers on King Drive to re-open
Gaulien Smith, the owner of Gee’s Clippers and Hair Design, will re-open his second location at 2215 N. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Dr. in the Bronzeville District on Saturday. Three years ago, Smith closed the location due to lack of parking. Since then the Department of City Development has created a 51 space parking lot on vacant City of Milwaukee land adjacent to the building owned by Smith.

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