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Good Harvest buys land for new Waukesha store

Land and Space

Journal Sentinel business reporter Tom Daykin talks about commercial real estate and development.

May 19, 2014

By Tom Daykin of the Journal Sentinel

May 19, 2014 0

Good Harvest Market's plans for a new Waukesha store are proceeding, with the recent purchase of a development site.

Good Harvest Market II LLC bought 5 acres on Meadow Lane from Hepatica Hill Holdings Ltd., led by developer Stewart Wangard, for $957,500, according to state real estate records made available Monday.

Good Harvest, owned by Joseph and Jody Nolan, in January disclosed plans to develop a two-story building, with about 25,000 square feet, about one-quarter mile west of its current location, 1850 Meadow Lane.

Good Harvest, which opened in 2005, is in the final year of its lease and needs more space. The new supermarket would use around 18,000 square feet in the new building, compared with 12,000 square feet it's now leasing.

The building's 7,000-square-foot second floor would be leased to such tenants as an environmentally friendly dry cleaner and other service providers.

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Check the Milwaukee Assessor’s Office website, which includes tools to look up property assessments.

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The Milwaukee Department of City Development website includes information on the city Plan Commission and Redevelopment Authority.

The Commercial Association of Realtors Wisconsin offers information on commercial realtors and real estate.

The Milwaukee chapter of the Institute of Real Estate Management serves the needs of real estate management professionals

The Wisconsin chapter of the NAIOP Commercial Real Estate Development Association aims to serve developers and owners of commercial real estate.


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