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West Allis city agency might buy former Hub Chrysler site

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Journal Sentinel business reporter Tom Daykin talks about commercial real estate and development.

July 13, 2010
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By Tom Daykin of the Journal Sentinel

July 13, 2010 0

The West Allis Community Development Authority will consider a resolution authorizing the city to begin negotiating a possible purchase of the former Hub Chrysler site.

That item is on the agenda for Tuesday's meeting, which begins at 6 p.m. at City Hall. The eight-acre Hub site, 3007-3035 S. 108th St., has been vacant for three years.

"I think it's a property that's ripe for redevelopment," said John Stibal, city development director.

City officials have just started creating a redevelopment plan for the site, which would probably be used for retail and office space, Stibal said. The property is owned by Chrysler Group LLC. 

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Helpful Links and Resources

Check the Milwaukee Assessor’s Office website, which includes tools to look up property assessments.

Find property assessments for other communities throughout the state at AssessorData.org.

The Milwaukee Department of City Development website includes information on the city Plan Commission and Redevelopment Authority.

The Commercial Association of Realtors Wisconsin offers information on commercial realtors and real estate.

The Milwaukee chapter of the Institute of Real Estate Management serves the needs of real estate management professionals

The Wisconsin chapter of the NAIOP Commercial Real Estate Development Association aims to serve developers and owners of commercial real estate.

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