Redevelopment planned for historic buildings in Sheboygan
A collection of warehouses encompassing an entire city block near downtown Sheboygan are slated for redevelopment that could include housing, a marketplace and a brewery.
The Coakley Building in Sheboygan is being eyed for redevelopment. Carmel, Indiana-based KCG Development wants to redevelop 250,000 square feet of buildings, constructed between the 1920s and 1970s that are located on the block bound by Maryland Avenue, South 10th Street, Illinois Avenue, and South 11th Street.
The main buildings could include up to 115 apartments. On the southeast portion of the property, 8,000 to 10,000 square feet will likely be turned into commercial space that could possibly be used for a brewery, said Matthew Gilhooly, development analyst with KCG Development.