Kohler plans new condominiums, Woodlands, in Clearings neighborhood
SHEBOYGAN COUNTY – Here are updates on three developments coming to the area next year.
Kohler Co. introduces its first condominiums
Eight homes will be built, offering 16 units featuring three bedrooms, two and a half bathrooms, a two-car garage, a full basement with a three-quarter rough-in bathroom, a private exterior entrance, hardwood flooring, oak and Kohler plumbing fixtures, according to a press release.
“We are excited to incorporate modern interior living spaces that fit seamlessly into the Village’s unique aesthetic,” said Bob Ranquist, developer at Ranquist Development Group, in a press release. “Kohler’s reputation for quality provides an exceptional lifestyle with modern amenities to inspire and restore.”
Integrating with the natural surroundings, the homes are available in four interior floor plans, maple, birch, cedar and oak, and four exterior color schemes that follow the changing seasons.
The condominiums of the first phase will be ready to move in at the beginning of summer 2023.
Currently, half of the lots available in the first phase are sold.
The houses are available for purchase. For more information, Olivia Bearden, real estate agent with Village real estate developmentcan be reached at 920-889-4877.
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Historic barn converted for weddings and events
Farm 1849N7189 County Road T, Glenbeulah, is working on renovations to turn its barn and grounds into rental space for weddings and social events by spring 2023.
Between May and October, weddings can be booked on Saturdays for $12,500 and social events can be booked for three or five hour weekday events for $500 to $1,000 per hour.
Reservations include several amenities, such as a free initial planning session with a rental and event planning company Margari48a professional catering preparation and finishing area and two interior and four exterior spaces to choose from.
Farm 1849 will also work with Margari48 to provide three event planning packages, Coordinating Day, Partial and Full Planning, ranging from $1,100 to $4,800.
Kristen Pachis, owner of Farm 1849, said in a press release that they were “delighted to be able to offer this beautiful venue for private, ticketed events such as farm-to-table dinners and intimate music performances.” .
“What sets us apart is our location on a quiet country road with views in every direction,” Pachis said. “Renovations to our historic barn will preserve its character and meet the needs and comfort of our guests. We are already imagining the laughter, music and memories that will be created throughout the property.”
The 60-acre property, formerly a farmhouse established in 1849, has a farmhouse for rent through Airbnb, with six bedrooms, an indoor fireplace, tub and game room, plus a hot tub and fire pit outside.
Farm 1849 is accepting event bookings for 2023. More information can be found at https://www.farm1849.com.
Elevate, Inc. plans to move to Calm Harbor
Calm Harbor, a mental health crisis stabilization program, plans to move from its site at 1202 N. 31st St. to 503 Wisconsin Ave.
Elevation, Inc.. will move the residential program to the new space, shared with the Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Milwaukee, sometime after fall 2023 when remodeling is expected to be complete.
“One of the primary reasons for the move is that the current facility does not provide the healing environment that our customers need,” Mary Simon, executive director of Elevate, Inc., said in an email.
With space for 10 adults, the new space will have a common living and dining room, shared bedrooms, an outdoor recreation area and improved security, according to a press release.
Simon added that the larger open spaces will allow customers to have more natural light and that services will be offered on one level, ensuring everyone’s safety.
Elevate Inc. has been looking for a new space for Calm Harbor since taking over program management from Lutheran Social Services, where the facility is currently located, in 2019. Simon said it was difficult to find a new space that meets their needs. .
As a community residential facility, The Calm Harbor site must meet specific state requirements, such as room size, ceiling height, exits and appropriate access for people with physical disabilities, Simon said.
Simon said obtaining a zoning permit and finding a location with access to public transportation and services were also factors when looking for a new facility.
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