Possible Buyer for Dairyland Greyhound Park

After sitting empty for seven years, the Dairyland Greyhound Park may have a buyer. According to Kenosha Mayor John Antaramian, the city has been informed that a buyer is in a due diligence period, with a sale possible in the near future. Future use of the property would include manufacturing, if the city has its way. Many of the more recent developments along the Interstate 94 corridor in Kenosha County have focused on warehousing, distribution and logistics. The property rested for years in a frozen state as the Menominee Indian Tribe and Hard Rock International sought state approval to build an $800 million casino and entertainment complex. Gov. Scott Walker eventually rejected the plans.



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