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City discusses hotel, industrial building projects Tuesday

 A new hotel and a multi-tenant industrial building could be along your commute through Sturgeon Bay in the near future as the two projects head to the Finance/Purchase and Building Committee meeting on Tuesday.


The committee will first weigh in on the development agreement for a new 62-room Cobblestone Hotel located on the corner of 12th Avenue and Egg Harbor Road. It would be the hotel chain’s 35th property in Wisconsin, with the closest currently located in De Pere. The project would be located near a planned banquet and entertainment facility in the front portion of the former Pamida building. The city is offering $1.2 million in incentives. Officials believe they can easily pay off with extra money available to pay off other plan expenses in the Tax Increment District where the project would reside.


The committee will also look into a project with Howard Immel Inc. to build a 50,000-square-foot facility in the Sturgeon Bay Industrial Park. Slated for the recently purchased Zak property along Neenah Avenue, the facility would be big enough to house five tenants. The two sides seek a memorandum of understanding, allowing the developer to continue designing the building before entering a development agreement with the city.


The Finance/Purchasing and Building Committee will meet on Tuesday at 4 p.m. inside the Sturgeon Bay City Council Chambers.

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