Real estate odds and ends

Waukesha Chili’s restaurant opens
A new Chili’s Grill & Bar restaurant opened recently at 1260 W. Sunset Dr. in the Shoppes at Fox River development on Sunset Drive in Waukesha. The Shoppes at Fox River is being developed by Opus North Corp. It is anchored by Target and Pick ‘n Save stores. Other tenants in the development include Buffalo Wild Wings, Gamestop, Noodles & Company and CVS Pharmacy.

Eppstein Uhen launches design application consulting services
Milwaukee-based Eppstein Uhen Architects recently formed EUA Design Application Consulting, an extension of the firm that will provide peer consulting, software training, content creation services and supplemental modeling assistance for the Revit-based Building Information Modeling (BIM) authoring platform. EUA Design Application Consulting will serve as a resource to organizations and professionals within the architectural, engineering, construction and facilities management community as well as product manufacturers and vendors that supply the construction industry.

Community Care moves to new location in Sheboygan
Community Care, Inc. has moved to a new, larger location in Sheboygan County that will allow it to provide services to more at-risk adults. The new location is at 615 S. 8th St., Suite 130, in downtown Sheboygan. Community Care Inc. is a private, non-profit organization that integrates health, home and community services to meet the wider range of help that frail or at-risk adults need. Community Care began offering its Family Care program to the residents of Sheboygan County in 2008. Since then it has provided services for at-risk adults that had been on the county’s waiting list for help. Community Care now serves 750 members in Sheboygan County and is continuing to grow. The new facility will help them accommodate the growing staff and number of people served.

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