Racine County and its communities are actively pursuing retail and commercial development. Many of the communities have undertaken planning activities and have acquired properties in an attempt to promote commercial and downtown infill development.
In 2020, new residents and businesses continued to choose Racine County, taking advantage of its location in the Chicago-Milwaukee corridor. John Crimmings, General Sales Manager of First Weber Real Estate in Racine, believes outside companies are discovering the advantages of doing business here, which attracts home buyers – leading to a future of “a pretty robust real estate market.”
While more new housing development is planned, check out Racine County’s recent activity.
Living As A Leader invites you to join the Public Leadership Development Series beginning this Spring.
The Village is seeking an experienced master developer to develop and construct single-family homes on two sites totaling approximately 15 acres. The sites, located near Lake Michigan, are included in the Tax Increment District #5 project plan approved in 2019.
The historic Horlick Malted Milk complex in Downtown Racine is currently being renovated into what will be known throughout Racine County as the Horlick District – a modernized living community to include residential, commercial, retail, recreation, hospitality and education spaces.
Congratulations to Wangard Partners, Inc. and the Village of Mount Pleasant on the grand opening of the 278-unit Tivoli Green Apartments.
Racine’s first new, multi-family housing development in over a decade now open for occupancy RACINE, WI – The joint venture development team of J. Jeffers & Company and Lutheran Social Services of Wisconsin and Upper Michigan long with the City of…
The City of Burlington and RCEDC have been partnering on economic and community development projects since the early 1990’s. Through this team effort, the City has been able to site a new business park, reclaim its riverfront for higher value development, retain its historic character of the downtown, assist growing businesses, and attract new business and development.
RCEDC’s mission is to grow Racine County’s property tax base and by supporting business expansions, provide employment opportunities to Racine County residents. Over the last three years the RCEDC staff assisted 72 projects that, when completed, will result in 1,000’s of new full time jobs, and will substantially boost local property tax revenues. Your investment allows RCEDC staff to continue these positive efforts.