Anthony Crivello

PHOENIX INVESTORS ACQUIRES FORMER AMAZON DISTRIBUTION CENTER IN COFFEYVILLE, KANSAS

Phoenix leases 880,000 square foot facility for distribution of solar equipment MILWAUKEE, WI (Dec. 23, 2019) – An affiliate of Phoenix Investors ("Phoenix"), a national private commercial real estate firm headquartered in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, announced it acquired an approximately 880,000 square-foot industrial facility located at 2654 Highway 169 on 105 acres adjacent to the Coffeyville Municipal Airport in Coffeyville, Kansas. The original facility was built as a distribution center for Golden Books in 1978 and was occupied as an Amazon fulfillment center from 1999 through 2014. The property ... Read More

2019-12-24T04:41:17+00:00December 23rd, 2019|Anthony Crivello, Articles, Press Releases|

INVESTORS PLAN TO RENOVATE MOUNT MORRIS PRINTING PLANT

As reported in saukvalley.com written by Vinde Wells MOUNT MORRIS – A long-shuttered printing plant has new owners, an investment firm that plans to renovate the site and lease it to new tenants. Phoenix Mt. Morris LLC, an affiliate of Milwaukee-based Phoenix Investors, bought the former Quad/Graphics printing plant May 4 for $200,000, according to Ogle County property transfer documents filed Monday. The 644,000-square-foot site at 404 S. Wesley Ave. was owned by Mt. Morris Business Park LLC (no connection to the village) of Downey, California, ... Read More

2019-12-24T05:14:18+00:00May 16th, 2018|Anthony Crivello, Articles, David Marks, Frank Crivello|

INVESTORS IN FORMER DELPHI PLANT SEED FLINT DEMOLITION WITH $50,000 DONATION

As reported in Flintside By Shelby Cox In a somewhat unusual combination of public and private sector collaboration a major economic development project targeting Flint’s eastside also has evolved into a major neighborhood cleanup. Demolition of the former Kirkwood Community mobile home park is set to be leveled by the Genesee County Land Bank with a grant from the Michigan State Housing Development Authority. It is one of six longtime community eyesores that recently have been cleaned up or will be within the next few ... Read More