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Developer Sought for Downtown Market-Rate Apartments
Almost one year since completing a 'Promise of Sheboygan County 2020' retreat to discuss opportunities to improve the county, an industrious group of local young professionals has completed a survey to determine the demand for market-rate apartments in Downtown Sheboygan. The results of the survey indicated that there is a strong demand among young professionals with the following demographic attributes:
Age: Between 20 and 29
Education: Obtained a Bachelor's degree
Marital Status: Single, never married
Children: No children, but plans to have them
Household Income: $40,000 - $59,999
AO EXPANDS IN FORMER THOMAS PRODUCTS BUILDING
American Orthodontics Corporation (AO) has purchased the former Thomas Industries property located at 3524 Washington Avenue in Sheboygan.
Articles include: 1) Plymouth to Kohler Rail, 2) Focus on Agriculture, and 3) I-43 Spring Construction.
Articles include: 1) 2011 Annual Meeting, 2) Investors Step Up, and 3) Coming Soon: Local Angel Investment Network.
Articles include: 1) 2011 Annual Meeting Invitation, 2) Young Professional Surveys, 3) 3rd Quarter 2011 Report, and 4) Upcoming Regional Business Meetings.
Articles Include: 1) Save the Date - Annual Meeting, 2) Assistance for Exporting, 3) Area Companies Recognized, 4) North of what you Expect, 5) Welcome to the Board, and 6) Going Green Saves Money.
Articles include: 1) Morgan Aircraft Poised to Fly, 2) Wisconsin Jobs Agenda Unveiled, 3) DFA to Invest $13M in Plymouth, 3) Area Businesses Chime In, 4) Entrepreneur Classes.
Articles include: 1) SCEDC Quarterly Update, 2) Progress Reports from Young Professionals, 3) Local Food Logistics Dominates Grant Application, and 4) SCEDC Chairman Recieves Citizen Leadership Award.
Articles include: 1) revolving loan financing, 2) The New North Initiatives, and 3) a new business newspaper.