Salem Stakeholders Discuss Ideas to Improve City

As first published by Sam Wall for The Roanoke Times.  Salem’s new economic development director is working with city business leaders and other community stakeholders to better understand how to best serve the city. Tommy Miller, who started his new position with the city in April, sat down with roughly three dozen members from the community Thursday morning at the Civic Center as part of a city Salem-Roanoke County Chamber of Commerce event to pick their brains on what the city needs to do ... Read More

2022-10-21T15:45:29+00:00October 21st, 2022|Articles, Giving Back, Milwaukee, Phoenix Team|

The Next Industrial Development Hot Spot

While Kenosha County is a known popular destination for industrial development, BizTimes reports there is a new hot spot on the rise in the area: the Janesville-Beloit corridor along I-39/90. “We call it ‘Little Kenosha,’” said Adam Matson, an industrial real estate broker and director in Newmark’s Milwaukee office. “It’s sliding under the radar for some, but it is going to hop up really quick. Just in the last three years there has been two million square feet of industrial moves in that area.” The ... Read More

Kinship Receives Donation from Phoenix Investors & Crivello Family Foundation

Kinship Community Food Center Receives $75,000 Matching Donation From Phoenix Investors & The Crivello Family FoundationPhoenix Investors (“Phoenix”), a national private commercial real estate firm headquartered in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and the Crivello Family Foundation have pledged to help Kinship Community Food Center achieve their fundraising goal of $150,000 by matching contributions up to $75,000. Through this match, Kinship Community Food Center reached its goal.The fundraiser, an evening hosted by Fr. Tim Kitzke, raised money for Kinship Community Food Center’s Mission Internship Program, a service-based initiative ... Read More

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