Retail space at The Shops of Grand Avenue, a parking garage and pedestrian bridges will be up for sale with a $23 million price tag at a Milwaukee County sheriff’s sale in October.
High hopes for retail along West Wisconsin Avenue started long before Grand Avenue Mall opened there in 1982.
Published: October 12, 2010
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By Marie Rohde A suburban knockoff of an urban downtown has become one of the hottest spots in the Milwaukee retail market, while the real thing flounders. In two weeks, all or part interest in the ownership group for the Shops of Grand Avenue, the traditional main drag of Milwaukee’s retail center on Wisconsin Avenue, [...]