Kenosha County Retail Land for Sale

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7 Properties:

122nd Avenue Kenosha WI 53142
0.85 acres
122nd AvenueMore Detail +
Robert Pitts
future retail land in hot area
6419 Green Bay Road Kenosha WI 53142
0.81 acres
Green Bay LandMore Detail +
Karen Sorenson , RE/MAX Newport Realty Corp
Flat land ready for development. 4 entrances.
10601 72nd Avenue Pleasant Prairie WI 53158
FIAATMore Detail +
Tony DeBartolo, CCIM , Berkshire Hathaway Epic Real Estate
This 3.51 acre parcel may be combined with an adjoining 6.07 acre parcel. Outstanding opportunity for retail, restaurants, hospitality, medical or office. This site is shovel ready with sewer, water...
1250 Green Bay Road Kenosha WI 53144
5.87 acres
1250 Green Bay RoadMore Detail +
Robert Pitts
the property includes a /- 1,800 sq. ft metal pole building and /- 1,800 sq. ft. block building.
Nec 77th Street And 125th Avenue Bristol WI 53104
4.27 acres
Nec 77th Street And 125th AvenueMore Detail +
Jordan Schnoll , Coldwell Banker Commercial NRT
Suitable development site for a wide range of interstate businesses...Hotel, Food, Auto Dealer, Strip Center, Truck & Auto Services.
6320 52nd Street Kenosha WI 53144
7.5 acres
Bay Ridge PlazaMore Detail +
Tony Debartolo Ccim
Two pads are availabe and part of the Bay Ridge Plaza. The retail pad can accommodate a building upto 5,000 sq, ft. or combined pad 2 and have a building upto 10,000 sq. ft. The development is fully...
1800 Block 30th Avenue Kenosha WI 53144
1.12 acres
Corretti DevelopmentMore Detail +
Robert Pitts
This parcel is 1.12 acres m/l in size. The site is serviced by an offsite storm water detention pond that services Parcels A, B, C, & D. A Walgreens has been constructed on Parcel B (Corner) and a McD...

Kenosha County, WI Land Info

Whether it’s a land parcel for a local dentist office, gas station or some as-yet unimagined commercial use, these retail listings offer opportunity for investment and development. Along with physical property attributes like square footage or street frontage, other land features—e.g. riverside access, Interstate proximity, existing retail traffic—should be factored into the decision-making process. In short, retail land for sale should always be considered the sum of its parts.

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