S. Main Street Shopko building sold

By JUDY STEFFES - Special to The Daily News

March 9, 2015

WEST BEND - The Shopko building, 1710 S. Main St., has been sold. A Feb. 17 record of sale in the city assessorís office shows Spirit SPE Portfolio 2006-1 LLC was sold to National Retail Properties of Delaware. The sale price for the 94,471-square-foot-property was $9.06 million. The 2014 assessment was $4.8 million.

At Shopko corporate headquarters in Green Bay, public relations manager Michelle Hansen said the store would continue its lease agreement with the new owner.

The Shopko building was constructed in 1987 on the former Peterís farm. Years ago Shopko was attached to the Paradise Mall. A ramp inside the mall connected Shopko to other stores including Kiddie Korner, Jolly Time, The Shoe Rack and Artís One Hour Photo.


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