Airgas buys Sheboygan building for $1.9 million
An affiliate of Airgas Inc. recently purchased the 9,410-square-foot industrial building that it occupies at 4509 Gateway in Sheboygan from De Pere-based Jossart Holdings LLC for $1.95 million, according to state records. Prior to the sale Airgas had more than nine years remaining on its lease for the building, according to a listing on Loopnet.com.
Kwik Trip buys Pleasant Prairie site for $1.5 million
La Crosse-based Kwik Trip Inc. recently purchased a 3-acre site at 7510 88th Ave. in Pleasant Prairie from an affiliate of Greenwich, Conn.-based Starwood Capital Group for about $1.5 million, according to state records. Kwik Trip plans to build a gas station and convenience store on the site. It is one of several new stores the company plans to build in southeastern Wisconsin.
Former Waukesha bowling alley sold for $1.4 million
Chicago-based HSA Commercial Real Estate recently purchased the former AMF Waukesha Lanes property at 901 Northview Road in Waukesha from an affiliate of New York-based iStar Financial Inc. for $1.4 million according to state records. HSA plans to build a spec multi-tenant industrial building on the 12-acre site.
Subway restaurant planned for Teutonia Avenue
Virender Jaiswal plans to open a Subway restaurant in a former Tri City National Bank building at the northwest corner of North Teutonia Avenue and West Good Hope Road in Milwaukee. The 2,057-square-foot building is located at 7213 N. Teutonia Ave. The restaurant will have four full time and five part time employees. One of the former bank’s drive-thru windows will be used as a drive-thru window for the restaurant.