What was once the last vestige of a defunct Wisconsin industry — greyhound racing — is being redeveloped into an unusual mix of environmentally sustainable light industrial buildings, apartments and retail space.
The $250 million Greeneway project is being created on the 240-acre former Dairyland Greyhound Park in Kenosha. The name is a nod to the many `green` and sustainable building practices being used, such as geothermal heating and cooling.
The dog track, one of five that operated for a time in Wisconsin, has been closed for more than a decade. The site languished following a failed effort to develop a casino, and was ultimately sold and the Greeneway project moved forward.
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