Parts of Sinsinawa Property Transitioning to Better Serve the Community
The Dominican Sisters of Sinsinawa are working with the real estate brokerage team Cushman & Wakefield | Boerke to transition ownership of some of their buildings at Sinsinawa Mound. The goal is to reuse the existing buildings in ways that align with the ongoing mission of the Dominican Sisters.

The Sisters’ work in the region in the last 175 years has brought great value, but with fewer Sisters and staff, the expansive campus is no longer being fully used. The Congregation hopes to repurpose it to be of lasting value to the communities it serves.

The buildings being marketed nationally include the 1899 St. Clara Convent and the 1964 buildings, which house an industrial kitchen, dining room, a pool/wellness area, single bedroom suites, community room living spaces, offices, and the three-story Rotunda structure. The distinctive, mid-century architecture of the Rotunda houses Queen of the Rosary Chapel, a 500-seat auditorium, library, exhibit areas, and office space...


Ken Notes: This is an amazing opportunity for a creative company looking for a ready to go campus. 450 Acres, nuns on site, some of the most beautiful architecture and land in the state, 150+ rooms, commercial kitchen, in the heart of the Driftless area. I will move here and manage the property if you need because this place is special. Plus they sell bread!

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