The city of Sheboygan is planning an initiative to redevelop 108 acres of land south of its downtown, including the former Pentair property and areas along the Sheboygan River, using $32 million in public financing.

This former Coakley building in Sheboygan is being redeveloped into 122 apartments, and is within the proposed TIF district..

Next month, the Common Council will consider the proposed $32 million tax incremental financing district that would be located from South 14th Street on the west, along Indiana Avenue extending to Lake Michigan.

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