Council Approves Heritage House Sale

The Kenosha City Council approved the sale of the former Heritage House this week, paving the way for construction on the building to begin later this summer. Gorman and Company could close on the deal by the end of the month at a cost of 122-thousand-5 hundred dollars. The developer wants to renovate the existing structure and add an 80 room boutique hotel with a restaurant, bar, and other other amenities. In all the development would cost 26 million dollars.



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