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Jeld-Wen property sold to Oshkosh investors

New ownership of former door factory opens development possibilities

8:52 PM, Mar. 15, 2013
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Oshkosh community leaders say a local group's purchase of the former Jeld-Wen factory will help the city clear a major hurdle to central city revitalization.

Dennis and Grant Schwab, of First Weber, and Nick and Peter Lang, of Lang Oil, completed their purchase of the former door factory at Sixth Avenue and Oregon Street Friday. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.

The group, under the name Six Rivers Investments, plan to redevelop the 27-acre site that includes vacant land on both sides of Oregon Street, the factory, 1,500 feet of river frontage and additional land to the west. ...

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