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MUKWONAGO BUYS 115 ACRES FOR NEW BUSINESS PARK

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First building already lined up for planned 115-acre Mukwonago business park.

Mukwonago is lining up plans for a 115-acre business park, and has a local business ready to launch the development with a new facility.

The business park would be on the western side of Highway 83, on land the village plans to buy in March. The village anticipates spending up to $11.2 million buying land and building infrastructure to create the business park. C.I. Banker Wire & Iron Works, currently based in Mukwonago, is planning a 190,000-square-foot building that would be the business park’s first, said John Weidl, village administrator and director of economic development.

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MUKWONAGO IN THE MEDIA

$55 million Maple Centre project in Mukwonago could include apartments, hotel, restaurant, entertainment

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Big plan

As pictured in the preliminary site plan, the multi-use mix is heavy in residential components, but also includes some prospective commercial development which, for now, would be on land the village controls.

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Chr. Hansen buying Banker Wire building for natural colors HQ

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Denmark-based Chr. Hansen is acquiring Banker Wire’s Mukwonago manufacturing facility and plans to convert it into the North American headquarters for its natural colors division, moving work there from its West Allis facility.

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Mukwonago has residential, retail, commercial projects on horizon

By Brandon Anderegg

MUKWONAGO — Village officials have several residential, retail and commercial projects in the pipeline to not only attract a growing millennial population but also cater to the many economic classes and lifestyle choices of those living in the community, according to Village Administrator John Weidl.

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ProHealth Care announces $55 million Mukwonago hospital expansion

By Brandon Anderegg

MUKWONAGO — Pro-Health Care announced Wednesday that it will expand its medical campus on 240 Maple Ave. into a full hospital, offering a number of new services to Mukwonago- area residents and surrounding communities, according to a press release.

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Hotel, restaurants, 600 apartments planned for 50 acres along I-43 in Mukwonago

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The Village of Mukwonago is working with an Elkhorn-based developer on a $55 million mixed-use development that could add more than 600 apartments, a hotel, restaurants and entertainment over the next decade.

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Triple Crown Products sizes up Mukwonago’s new business park

By Brandon Anderegg

MUKWONAGO — Triple Crown Products of Waterford Wisconsin could be the second tenant in Mukwonago’s new industrial park after the company submitted a proposal to plan commissioners to construct a $4.5 million facility, said John Weidl, village administrator and economic director.

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Downtown Mukwonago strategic plan completed

By Brandon Anderegg

MUKWONAGO — The Downtown Strategic Plan Steering Committee has drafted a strategic plan consisting of recommendations to be considered by the Village Board at a June 20 board meeting, said Jason Wamser, village trustee and chairman of the DSPSC.

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ProHealth Care plans second floor addition to Mukwonago facility

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ProHealth Care plans to build a $55 million hospital in Mukwonago, continuing the health system’s expansion of its campus at the intersection of Highway 83 and Interstate 43.

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Aurora clinic, flat roof and all, gains ground in Mukwonago

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MUKWONAGO – Aurora Health Care’s plans to build a new medical clinic in the village didn’t necessarily have the flat-out support of the plan commission.

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$49.5 million in Mukwonago High School upgrades takes center stage in new arts center, gymnasium

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MUKWONAGO – Its new performance stage is big enough to host a football practice.

Its new gymnasium is big enough to host sectional sporting events, such as basketball and wrestling, which the old, smaller gyms could not accommodate.

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$6.9 million second-floor addition planned for ProHealth medical facility in Mukwonago

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MUKWONAGO – A demand for medical services here has prompted ProHealth Care to plan construction this fall of a $6.9 million addition to the D.N. Greenwald Center near Interstate 43 at Highway 83.

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Five signs Mukwonago is growing: Village has had a busy summer and development showing no signs of stopping

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1. Old farm’s growth

On the north side of the village on Highway 83, the Chapman property, former agricultural land known named for the family who worked the land, has become the focus of separate, but collectively substantial, developments.

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Board gives green light for new storage facilities in Mukwonago

By Brandon Anderegg

MUKWONAGO — The Village Board approved a conditional use permit for a new indoor mini-warehouse storage facility on the east side of Mukwonago Drive and north of Bay View Road, according to Village Administrator John Weidl.

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Mukwonago's downtown can change for the better. Now there's a plan to make that happen.

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MUKWONAGO – The plan for the future of the village’s downtown acts like a crystal ball, though one augmented by a directed vision that doesn’t merely rely on fate.

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ProHealth Care plans $55 million hospital on Mukwonago campus

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ProHealth Care plans to build a $55 million hospital in Mukwonago, continuing the health system’s expansion of its campus at the intersection of Highway 83 and Interstate 43.

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