Phoenix

‘High quality company’ could occupy former Maytag site

As published in Register-Mail GALESBURG — The owners of the former Maytag site in Galesburg are working their way through improving and leasing the property. Wednesday, The Register-Mail reported on ongoing development efforts at 1000 South Linwood and 1801 Monmouth Boulevard, but had not yet received comments from Milwaukee-based Phoenix Investments, who purchased the former Maytag plant sites in 2019 to rehabilitate and lease. Now, Phoenix Investments has confirmed that the 1801 Monmouth Boulevard site is the subject of “late stage lease negotiations” with a “high quality company” that ... Read More

Frank P. Crivello Of Phoenix Investors Donates $25,000 To The New Horizon Center, Inc.

As reported on PR Newswire MILWAUKEE, July 1, 2020 -- Frank P. Crivello, Chairman & Founder of Phoenix Investors ("Phoenix"), a national private commercial real estate firm headquartered in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, announced a contribution totaling $25,000 was donated to The New Horizon Center, Inc., a non-profit organization dedicated to serving children in out-of-home care in the city of Milwaukee. New Horizon is located just north of Milwaukee’s Riverwest Neighborhood. In the last three years, Phoenix has made contributions totaling $150,000 to The New Horizon Center, Inc. "The New Horizon Center is a special organization ... Read More

Frank P. Crivello of Phoenix Investors Donates $100,000 to Kingdom Faith Fellowship

As reported on PR Newswire MILWAUKEE, WI (June 30, 2020)—Frank P. Crivello, Chairman & Founder of Phoenix Investors (“Phoenix”), a national private commercial real estate firm headquartered in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, announced a contribution totaling $100,000 was made to Kingdom Faith Fellowship (“KFF”), a non-denominational church located just east of Milwaukee’s Grover Heights Neighborhood. Given financial challenges exaggerated by the effects of COVID-19, Phoenix paid KFF’s accumulated rental fees. “As we all know, establishments of every type have been suffering from the impact of COVID-19, especially ... Read More