Building Torn Down on Sturgeon Bay’s West Side

A retail building that has been a fixture on Sturgeon Bay’s west side for more than eight decades has been demolished. The structure at 69 Madison Avenue, which most recently was used as an appliance & furniture store, is owned by Sturgeon Bay businessman Cap Wulf. He told WDOR News that he had tried to salvage the building, but came to the realization last year that it had to come down. In the late 1990′s, Wulf seriously considered putting up a multi-story building on the parcel, but eventually put those plans on the back burner. He said he had no current plans to develop the land available once debris from the old structure is hauled away, but said the city has told him the parcel could play a role in development planned for that segment of Sturgeon Bay’s west side. Over the years, the building was also used for everything from a car dealership to a heating company & a hardware store.

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