City of Neenah sells land, anticipates mild industrial improvement

Ogden Development owns the property at the southwest corner of Oakridge and Tullar roads in the town of Neenah. The land is available for build-to-lease projects.

Concern: Who erected the big, lighted U.S. flag on the land at the southwest corner of Oakridge and Tullar roadways in Neenah? Is it a indicator of some forthcoming development? Who owns that home?

Answer: The flagpole and landscaping were being done by Ogden Growth, which ordered the 37-acre house in April from the town of Neenah and is advertising and marketing it for design and style-make-lease preparations.

The land lies in the town’s advancement area, not the city.

“At this time, the town is not knowledgeable of a precise program for progress,” City Clerk-Treasurer Ellen Skerke claimed, “but the town does anticipate that the residence would create in the foreseeable future, possibly as industrial, light industrial or warehouse space.”

Ogden Improvement was founded in 1983 and is positioned close by at 1497 County O. My attempts to arrive at a enterprise spokesman were unsuccessful this week, but according to its website, Ogden Growth specializes in leasing light industrial and warehouse structures all through the Fox Cities. “We lease buildings to Fortune 500 firms and more compact firms alike,” the web page suggests.