Real estate odds and ends

O’Reilly Auto Parts plans to open a store in a 7,582-square-foot space in the multi-tenant building at 1965 Wisconsin Ave., Grafton. O’Reilly Auto Parts will occupy space at the north end of the building that was formerly occupied by a Hobby Town store.

A Dunkin’ Donuts restaurant opened recently at 2068 Miller Park way, West Milwaukee, about two blocks from Miller Park. It is the fourth Dunkin Donuts restaurant in the Milwaukee area opened by Milwaukee Coffee Brewing Co., which plans to open 30 new Dunkin Donuts locations in southeastern Wisconsin during the next four years.

John and Anne Nehring, the owners of G. Groppi Food Market and Nehring’s Sendik’s on Oakland Avenue, plan to open an outlet in a 1,700-square-foot tenant space in the Milwaukee Public Market in the city’s Historic Third Ward.

U.S. Bank recently opened a branch in the Walmart store at 2000 S. West Ave., Waukesha, the first of four full-service branches U.S. Bank will open in Milwaukee area Walmart stores. The others will be located in new Walmart stores that will open at Highway 41 and Silver Spring in Milwaukee, Highway 100 and Layton Avenue in Greenfield and Miller Park Way and Greenfield Avenue in West Milwaukee.

Silents Please, a boutique theater, is planned inside the Corner Bazaar store at 7546 W. Greenfield Ave. in West Allis. The plans include a 3,000-square-foot theater, a 2,000-squarse-foot lobby, concession and costume display area, a 1,500-square-foot Silents Please retail area and a 1,500 retail area for Corner Bazaar.

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