MILWAUKEE-An old car dealership is moving down on South 27th Street in Milwaukee to give room for Jimmy Johns and Buffalo Wild Wings. Skokie, Illinois-based Terraco Inc. and Northbrook, Illinois-based Frontline Real Estate Brokers are developing the project.

The companies are clearing away a 3.4-acre parcel at the old Foster Pontiac car dealership near West Howard Avenue and South 27th Street for an 8,000-square-foot building. The developers have plans for three new retail buildings. West Allis-based Oscar Inc. will purchase the first building.For the full story, go to Business Journal Serving Greater Milwaukee. News Hub is your link to relevant real estate and business stories from other local, regional and national publications.

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