Work At Former Elk’s Club Begins

Work at the former Kenosha Elks Club has begun. As heard first on WLIP, work began last week with crews beginning the remediation process. While an official deal between the developer Gorman and Company and the city is yet to be completed, renovations on the century old building could begin by midsummer. Also known as the Heritage House, the building has been abandoned for the better part of two decades.



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