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REAL ESTATE | New tenant for former Sentry Grocery in Hartford, WI

September 19, 2022 – Hartford, WI – It was December 18, 2020 when the Hartford Plaza located south of Highway 60 and just west of County Highway K in the City of Hartford sold and tonight a new tenant will be announced for the west end, formerly home to the Sentry Grocery.

The two parcels, 1201 Bell Avenue, and 1275 Bell Avenue, sold to MKB Hartford II LLC for $925,000 each.

The parcel to the east was developed into Festival Foods and tonight the Hartford Plan Commission will review an application to develop the west lot, 1201 Bell Avenue, into a Planet Fitness gym/workout space with “the rest to be future tenant space.”

“The owner of the West Bend/ Fond du Lac store is opening one on the east half of where Sentry Foods used to be,” said Hartford city administrator Steve Volkert. “We weren’t looking for anything particular there. Festival Foods owns all that property and … obviously they found somebody who can use the existing building and it’s going to save Festival Foods money from the development costs.”

Volkert confirmed there was nothing yet set for the western portion of the building but “we’ll see how that goes.”


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Development plans for former Sentry Grocery


Plans for former Sentry Grocery

Planet Fitness currently has locations in West Bend and Menomonee Falls, WI. There is an Anytime Fitness on E. Sumner Street in Hartford, WI.

Also on the agenda will be a site plan for reconstruction and expansion of existing HUHS tennis courts and a site plan for a detached 12,000-square-foot cold storage addition at Rytec Corp., 901 Cleveland Avenue.

Tonight’s Hartford Plan Commission meeting begins at 5:30 p.m. in the council chambers at City Hall, 109 N. Main Street.

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