Cushman & Wakefield is representing the new Kenosha Commerce Center to be located on the former site of the Dairyland Greyhound Dog Track at 5522 104th Ave. in Kenosha, Wisconsin. The site, an industrial business park, will deliver in early 2020 and can accommodate industrial buildings comprising up to 1.8 million square feet.
The amenities-rich site, which totals 214 acres, will become Kenosha’s newest industrial business park and will be available for development and construction of build-to-suit leases and purchases in early 2020. KCC is located just north of the Wisconsin – Illinois border off the four-way interchange of I-94 and State Highway 158 and in proximity to three airports. Kenosha Regional Airport is just across the street from the site, General Mitchell International Airport is a 30-minute commute and O’Hare International Airport is a 45-minute commute.
Brett Kroner, Keith Puritz and Eric Fischer of Cushman & Wakefield are representing the owner of KCC in lease and sale negotiations.
Dakota Intertek Corp. is the demolition subcontractor for the kennel and grandstand areas of the former greyhound racing park, which has been vacant since 2009. Demolition work will begin this month, January 2019, and is expected to complete in April 2019.