The Buzz: Sale and renovation information on three properties – Post-Crescent
Published 2:57 PM EDT Jun 30, 2020
Reader question: What is going on at the empty nursing home on Newberry Street in Appleton?
Answer: The city of Appleton doesn’t have a building permit on file for that facility at 601 N. Briarcliff Drive, at the corner of Newberry Street, so work taking place now might be maintenance and cleaning.
The building was most recently Atrium Post Acute Care of Appleton. That skilled nursing facility closed in early 2019 when its owner went into receivership. The facility was previously known as the Colony Oaks Care Center.
The building was sold in December for $200,000 to Select Choice LLC, according to Department of Revenue records. State records show Select Choice is affiliated with the Lokre Development Company out of Plover, which is a real estate and property management company.
Calls to Lokre on Monday were not returned. If information becomes available on the building’s new use, that information will run in a future column.
Reader question: Sometime within just the last few days all of the for-sale signs disappeared at the Darboy Club. Wondering if you can tell us what happened?
Answer: The real estate contract expired for the broker who had been handling the property. State records do not show that the banquet hall at N9695 County N in Harrison has been sold to date. It has been closed for a year.
Reader question: When is Burlington clothing factory opening up? It says it’s under construction, but it doesn’t look like there’s any activity going on there.
Answer: They finally replaced the missing B on the front sign, so there is some activity going on.
Burlington’s store is being renovated at 697 N. Westhill Blvd. in Grand Chute.
A sign on the store’s window indicates that it will reopen in the fall.
In the meantime, it redirects customers to the Green Bay store, which is currently open at 1616 W. Mason St.
Contact reporter Maureen Wallenfang at 920-993-7116 or [email protected] Follow her on Twitter at @wallenfang.
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