The first tenants moved into new apartments built on the JBS Packerland Packing site less than six months after redevelopment of the 33.2-acre site got underway, reports the Press-Gazette. “An April blizzard, an August deluge and a sloppy September storm hampered progress, but University Heights at Baird Creek still welcomed its first tenants at the beginning of the month. Developer Todd Devillers said the August storm put a dent in plans to open two buildings in time for the start of the UWGB fall semester, but he’s pleased to have residents, demolition crews and construction crews on the site, 2580 University Ave.” The Press-Gazette has the full story.
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