Sturgeon Bay Seeking Proposals for Grain Elevator Rehabilitation

The City of Sturgeon Bay is seeking proposals from individuals and organizations interested in rehabilitating and developing the grain elevator on the former Door County Cooperative property. A survey of the building on the city’s west side waterfront indicates that it could cost about $77,000 to stabilize the structure as it is now and many more thousands to rehabilitate it for future use, a task that the city is not prepared to engage in. Would-be developers typically have about 90 days to provide the RFP’s issued by the waterfront development authority. If no one comes forward to rescue it, the 130-year old structure could end up a victim of the wrecking ball.

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