Kenosha County Economic Development

Seeking more capacity, Snap-on will expand Milwaukee plant

Snap-on Inc. will embark on a 26,000-square-foot expansion of its plant on Milwaukee’s far northwest side to accommodate growth in […]

Rural Kenosha gets multi-million broadband investment

More than $2 million in grant money from the state and federal level to expand broadband services is headed to […]

Tradesman Shadow Day opens doors for students that might not see themselves in the trades

As secretary/treasurer of J.C. Building Systems, Inc., Amanda Paul is familiar with the construction industry. Her husband Brock has owned […]

Zilber sells eight buildings in heart of Business Park of Kenosha

Zilber Property Group sold a group of eight industrial buildings housing 43 companies in the Business Park of Kenosha for […]

260-apartment community would help Kenosha pay for stormwater, redevelopment effort

A new apartment community proposed by Interstate Partners could help the city of Kenosha with a large stormwater management project […]

As seen at Kwik Trip: SoFresh raises $3.3M for food packaging growth

SoFresh Inc., a Kenosha-based firm that develops food packaging materials designed to extend the shelf life of foods like artisan […]

KABA’s Top 20 in 2020

  2020 was a challenging year that most of us would prefer to put in the rear view mirror. Economic […]

One-fifth of LakeView Corporate Park in Kenosha County sold in $290 million deal

Global real estate firm EQT Exeter acquired about 20% of the LakeView Corporate Park in Kenosha County in a $290.7 […]

Plans for redevelopment of former Pleasant Prairie power plant site move ahead

A plan for the redevelopment of a portion of the former We Energies power plant site is moving forward. The […]