City Plan Commission Approves Uptown Development Plan
KENOSHA, WI (WLIP)–The Kenosha City Plan Commission approved initial plans for redevelopment in the Uptown neighborhood. We learned more details about the plan too.
Gorman and Company plans to apply for tax credits to help with the cost of the four story building which is proposed for the blocks between 61 and 63rd streets along 22nd Avenue.
The current building there was heavily damaged during the August riots.
The bottom two floors would be retail with the Kenosha Area Business Alliance saying that they’re “incredibly interested” in bringing a grocery store to the area. The top two floors would have 128 apartments.
The developer says it’s working with those displaced after this summer’s violence.