With new ownership and demolition starting this month, the former Dairyland Greyhound Park in Kenosha will be transformed into a business park in about a year.
Contractor Dakota Intertek secured demolition permits to tear down the former dog racing track and is starting work, said Neil Guttormsen, Kenosha attorney whose firm, Guttormsen & Hartley LLP, represents the property’s owner.
That demolition work will be complete in April, and then earth-moving will begin to turn the 214-acre site into a build-ready business park.
“A major hurdle is to get the demolition done, and hopefully that will further engender interest of those who would consider it for industrial development,” Guttormsen said.
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