Opus Development Corp. said Friday it has sold the second phase of The Shoppes at Fox River retail center in Waukesha to Ramco Gershenson Properties Trust.
The sale, which includes an adjoining 12.2 acres of land, closed Thursday. Financial terms of the sale were not disclosed.
Construction on the second phase of The Shoppes at Fox River, 1200 W. Sunset Drive, Waukesha, began in May 2012. The development totals more than 47,000 square feet of retail space on 6 acres that formerly housed a Fleming Cos. food distribution center. Tenants include T.J. Maxx, Ulta Salon and Cosmetics, rue21 and Charming Charlies, according to Opus.
Ramco also purchased the 273,000-square-foot first phase of the shopping center in December 2010. Tenants include Target and Pick 'n Save.
A Waukesha man was sentenced to nearly two years in prison on counts of wire fraud and filing a false tax return after embezzling more than $800,000 from his former employer, Heim Manufacturing Corp. in Sussex.
U.S. District Judge Lynn Adelman sentenced John Losee to 21 months in prison Wednesday and also gave him four years of probation.
Losee originally ran JFL Manufacturing, a machine parts company. The firm failed and was taken over by a creditor, and it became Heim, where Losee worked. As the general manager, he was responsible for the day-to-day operations of the machine parts manufacturer.
Losee created a phony vendor and arranged for 220 checks to be written to the fake vendor, according to court documents. The money went into Losee's account. He failed to pay $165,000 in taxes from 2003 to 2009.
A lawsuit filed by Heim against Losee is pending in Milwaukee County court.» Read Full Article
The Hamilton Chargers are the top-ranked girls team and are coming off a 64-10 victory over West Allis Central in the Greater Metro Conference opener.
In addition to the top five boys and girls teams in the area, Roundball Rankings includes a player of the week, poll, area scoring leaders and more.
An apartment development with 224 units is being proposed for a vacant site on Waukesha's east side.
Morgensen Realty Co., of Delafield, has submitted conceptual plans for the development, known as Broadway Commons, for a 19-acre site at 1910 E. Broadway St., east of Les Paul Parkway.
The apartments would be in four 50-unit buildings, as well as two 12-unit buildings, said Doug Koehler, city planner. The buildings would have two to three stories.
Morgensen didn't return my call seeking more information.
The city Plan Commission is to review the proposal at its Wednesday meeting.
WAUKESHA - Shocking new details about a police standoff with a man involved in a domestic dispute.
Details of the minutes after the man's arrest are chilling. Even more frightening the ongoing threats his wife describes to police inside these court documents.
Kelly Shaw evaded a S.W.A.T. team outside his Waukesha home for four hours last week.
It ended in a peaceful arrest. But new details describe a man far from peaceful.
According to court documents, Shaw told police after his arrest quote:» Read Full Article
There are only a few more hours to express your opinions on West Waukesha Bypass.
The public comment period on the Draft Environmental Impact Statement for the proposed West Waukesha Bypass ends at midnight tonight (Dec. 10).
Emails can be sent to email@example.com.
Town residents and the Town Board took a stand against the four-lane bypass on the west side of Waukesha (between Interstate 94 and Highway 59) at a meeting last week.