Oshkosh received $375,000 in Idle Sites Redevelopment Program funding for their $1.5 million redevelopment of the former Jen-Weld manufacturing site. The site will include mixed-use development with residential, commercial and office space, including a grocery store, located on a 27-acre riverfront site. Upon completion, the project is expected to represent $60 million in private investment.
WEDC contributed $260,000 toward the $1.1 million conversion of a former City Hall/firehouse property in downtown Rice Lake into a multi-tenant commercial structure. Tenants will include a fitness center and 6,000 square feet of office space. At full occupancy, the building will house 30 employees in the heart of downtown Rice Lake.
The Milwaukee Redevelopment Authority received $1 million from the Idle Industrial Sites Program for the $5.7 million development of a 20-acre parcel as part of Century City Business Park. Projects supported included enhancements to the Century City Greenway and Gateway Infrastructure Project. The needed improvements include high-capacity power generation and connectivity and environmental cleanup. Completion of quality infrastructure will help establish Century City as a state-of-the-art business park for advanced manufacturing.
In 2016, WEDC awarded $500,000 toward the $4 million redevelopment of the historic Garver Feed Mill and adjacent 10.5-acre site into an artisanal food processing facility including a food incubator, office and retail tenants and hotel/residential space.