City annexes land from Somers for proposed $46 million development

One of the nation’s largest privately held development companies is proposing a $46 million development on three parcels in Kenosha, including a 755,200-square-foot speculative building facility that is projected to generate 400 jobs.

The Kenosha City Council approved annexation of the Rossi properties, 4415 88th Ave. and 4435 88th Ave., and the Gentz property at 8311 38th St., where the speculative building is expected to be developed by Northpoint Development.

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