Monday, April 22, 2013
There are plenty of prime real estate openings in Greenfield, spots with easy access off the interstate or on busy commercial corridors.
When it comes to suburban news, few things are more exciting than when a new business comes to town. And in Greenfield, there are a handful of prime locations just waiting for new tenants. Based almost entirely on location, Greenfield Patch picked these five vacant or partially-vacant buildings as are among the most attractive available spots in Greenfield: The former school and home to the Greenfield School District administrative offices has a location that’s about as visible as it gets; thousands of cars pass by the lot nestled right next to Interstate 894. The Salvation Army recently made an offer to purchase the building and land from the district, which moved out in 2010. The new Pick ‘n Save has been open for more than a year and a …
Saturday, March 16, 2013
Xperience Fitness vacated the building in February after converting to Cardinal Fitness gym over the summer. What should go in there now?
The former Cardinal Fitness and Xperience Fitness building at the busy intersection of 84th Street and Layton Avenue has been vacant for more than a month. What would you like to see open in that location? Tell us in the comments below.
Monday, February 4, 2013
The fitness center located at 84th Street and Layton Avenue was only there for a few months.
Xperience Fitness, which replaced Cardinal Fitness on 84th Street and Layton Avenue last spring, has closed. A phone call to the fitness center went unanswered during normal business hours, and the gym was closed Monday morning. In addition, two large "for lease" signs are on the property. Last spring, Vertical Fitness Group reached agreements with four Milwaukee-area Cardinal Fitness gyms, including Greenfield's at 8401 W. Layton Ave., and converted 11 Gold's Gyms in Wisconsin and Minnesota to Xperience Fitness gyms. Since spring, a temporary, orange "Xperience Fitness" banner was on the building instead of permanent signage. It is unclear if any other Xperience Fitness locations have closed, but a new gym in Brookfield is expected to …
Monday, July 16, 2012
Peggy L. Delange allegedly helped two men in smash and grab purse thefts in Greenfield and Tosa.
A 23-year-old Milwaukee woman is facing charges after she was caught allegedly helping men break into cars in parking lots of health clubs in Greenfield and Wauwatosa. Peggy L. Delange was charged Saturday in Milwaukee County Circuit Court with one count of entry into a locked vehicle and one count of receiving stolen property. If convicted, she faces up to 18 months in prison and $20,000 in fines. According to the criminal complaint: On April 30, a woman was working out at the Greenfield YMCA and afterward found her car had been broken into while it was parked in the parking lot. Missing from the car was a $300 Coach purse, cell phone, memory card with pictures, $5 cash and a debit card. On May 9, Delange was apprehended by West Allis …
Thursday, June 7, 2012
The popular fitness center on busy Layton Avenue has a new name after reaching an agreement with a new owner.
Xperience Fitness, owned by the Appleton-based Vertical Fitness Group, has replaced Cardinal Fitness. Not really breaking news, right? The huge orange banner is kind of a dead giveaway. I admit, I'm definitely late to this party. The announcement that Vertical Fitness Group has reached agreements with four Milwaukee-area Cardinal Fitness gyms, including Greenfield's at 8401 W. Layton Ave., and is converting 11 Gold's Gyms in Wisconsin and Minnesota, making all 15 Xperience Fitness locations, was made more than a month ago. But hey, I just noticed the Xperience banner that covers the center's Cardinal Fitness signage on the north side of the building this week. Better late than never. Right?